Innovation and changeDigital TransformationNorth Yorkshire Police commissions a new digital workspace

North Yorkshire Police commissions a new digital workspace

Force is investing in a new digital workspace that is to become the main source of operational intelligence for colleagues

In a move to completely overhaul its SharePoint-based internal communications platform, North Yorkshire Police is investing in a new digital workspace that is to become the main source of operational intelligence for colleagues across the Force.

With their current intranet reaching end-of-life very soon, and the imminent issuing of tablets and smartphones to colleagues out in the field, a modern, mobile-friendly and engaging intranet built on SharePoint 2016 is required as part of the Force’s digital transformation shake-up. The Force has commissioned award-winning digital consultancy ClearPeople to deliver the solution.

ClearPeople’s MD, Katya Linossi, said: “We are incredibly proud to be working with North Yorkshire Police to transform how they communicate internally. Our Essentials Intranet solution revolves around employee engagement, security, mobility and continuous improvement. We’re confident that we’ll be able to provide the Force with a robust platform that engages its staff through beautiful visual designs, communications features, and personalised experiences.”

ClearPeople have developed the Essential Communications Intranet from over 13 years’ experience in creating engaging digital workspaces for their clients. The new solution will give North Yorkshire Police the ability to collaborate across multiple locations and flexible workplaces with the assurance that all content and interactions are secure.

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