European Commission joins the Digital Workplace Group’s Member Forum
Industry: Information Technology
European Commission Informatics Directorate recently joined the DWG's confidential Member Forum in order to accelerate its digital workplace ambitions.
London, UK (PRUnderground) December 24th, 2015
As part of its ambition to establish a formal digital workplace programme, European Commission Informatics Directorate recently joined the Digital Workplace Group (DWG)’s confidential knowledge and benchmarking global Member Forum.
The Digital Workplace Group (DWG) announced today that European Commission Informatics Directorate joined its DWG Member Forum to access the services it provides for large organizations.
The Digital Workplace Group’s membership model creates a unique, confidential environment that enables intranet, collaboration and digital workplace teams to break through barriers and excel.
European Commission Informatics Directorate can now access intranet and digital workplace research reports; view an extensive video library of live intranet and digital workplace tours, along with DWG’s rich best practices knowledge base; attend confidential member events in person and online; and connect directly with other teams through a private member network.
Since 2002, DWG’s membership model has delivered the global standard for intranet and digital workplace benchmarking, with more than 600 independent benchmarks completed. This is combined with a focused research programme, extensive confidential peer learning opportunities, and dynamic live access behind the firewall, to provide a single, secure community and environment for sustained intranet, collaboration and digital workplace success.
European Commission Informatics Directorate has joined a prominent list of 70+ DWG member organizations, which includes Adobe, The Coca Cola Company, IKEA, Johnson & Johnson, ExxonMobil and Visa.
Learn more about the Digital Workplace Group Member Forum.
About Digital Workplace Group (DWG)
The Digital Workplace Group (DWG) provides independent expertise to large organisations to help them advance their intranets and broader digital workplaces. DWG offers three primary services: a Member Forum for confidential learning and ongoing improvement, benchmarking and a Consulting Services arm. DWG’s expertise is rooted in real-world experience within large companies, a focus on measurement and research, and vendor-neutral independence.
DWG website: www.digitalworkplacegroup.com
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