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How An Intranet Can Transform Communication & Connectivity

Learn how CCS used MangoApps to increase communication and collaboration among employees, as well as streamline educational learning and skill development

We came across MangoApps and it was kind of a moment of, ‘Oh, wow. This has all of the different features that we need.’ Most specifically the document sharing, the newsfeed and the collaboration aspects to MangoApps, and the search...that was a big deal.
- Arshia Sultan, Director of Knowledge and Learning

CCS Case Study

CCS, a nonprofit consulting firm, needed a way to increase communication, education, collaboration, and connectivity among their 3,000+ employees across various domestic and international offices.
CCS began their search for a modern intranet solution to solve these issues. CCS adopted MangoApps instead of other vendors for its user-friendly focus, wide selection of functions and tools, and consolidated database platform.
In this case study, you will learn how CCS used MangoApps to:
1.Encourage employee participation and engagement
2.Simplify file sharing with real-time search capabilities
3.Create an educational environment with a centralized knowledge database
And more!
Download this case study to get a better understanding of how MangoApps helped CCS transform the way they communicate, collaborate, and share information.
How An Intranet Can Transform Communication & Connectivity

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More Quotes From CCS Case Study
"I can’t imagine what it would be like without [MangoApps]. It makes everything just so much easier and simplified. It puts everything we need in one spot."
- Brook Laskin, Executive Director
"The best thing about MangoApps is their customer service. We have a dedicated resource team that we can ask our questions to. . . I feel like they really listen to us. Any suggestions that we have about improvements or other functionality that we need, they’ll always listen to us and see what they can do to make us happy."
- Arshia Sultan, Director of Knowledge and Learning