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Best 2009 intranets (according to Jacob Nielsen & Co)

10 June 2009 | admin |

We are currently looking for an intranet solution for collaboration (documents, versions control, hosted, blogs, communities, wiki). So far we have two variants: Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2007 ( Windows Sharepoint Services to be exct, which is free) and Jive SBS Express.

While searching for materials on intranet-solutions I visited Jacob Nilsen's website and found his annual report about intranet solutions. 

Source: 10 best intranets of 2009

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The winners of the award for 10 best-designed intranets for 2009 are:

Altran, a large engineering and innovation consultancy (France)
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), a developer of computer and graphics processors (USA)
BASF SE, the world's leading chemical manufacturing company (Germany)
COWI Group A/S, a consulting group focusing on engineering, environmental science, and economics (Denmark)
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (DTT), a global professional services network providing audit, tax, consulting, and financial advisory services (a Global member organization)
Environmental Resources Management (ERM), one of the world's leading providers of environmental consulting services (Global)
HSBC Bank Brazil (Brazil)
Kaupthing Bank (Iceland)
L.L.Bean, a vendor of apparel and outdoor equipment (USA)
McKesson Corporation, a large provider of pharmaceuticals, medical supplies, and health care information technologies (USA)
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu also won in 2002 for its Australian member firm's intranet; this year, DTT's worldwide intranet is the winner. As such, DTT joins a very small, elite group of companies that has won the award twice: Cisco Systems is the only other member.
As we've seen every year, great intranets are found around the world and in all industries. This year, we have our first winner from Latin America. We also have the first winners from Denmark, France, and Iceland; Germany and the U.S. have both provided many winners in the past. We have one other first this year: In a sign of ongoing globalization trends, we have winners that are not headquartered in any individual country.

The consulting sector is this year's best-represented industry, with 3 winners. Given the knowledge-intensive nature of consulting and this year's trend toward more collaboration-focused intranets, this fact makes sense.

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