Strategy, Technology and Governance

Intranet Focus Ltd provides a wide range of information management  consulting services. The company was established in the UK in 1999 and over the last 13 years we have carried out  projects in the UK and the rest of Europe, the USA and the Middle East. The organisations we have worked for include Addenbrooke’s Hospital (Cambridge),  Atlas Copco, Axa Group, Boehringer Ingelheim, the European Commission, Ericsson Telecommunications, Inchcape Shipping, International Monetary Fund, United Nations Secretariat and the World Bank as well as a number of universities, charities, government agencies and a convent. We estimate that the total number of employees in organisations for which we have developed intranet strategies over the last 13 years is close to 400,000.

We offer consulting services on

  • Digital workplace development
  • Enterprise search and web site search
  • Information management
  • Intranet strategy and management
  • Virtual team management

We also offer workshops on collaborative working, digital workplaces, enterprise search, intranet management and virtual team management, and we publish Research Notes on topics of current importance.

The Search Circle is a subscription service for search managers offering a report and a newsletter every month

The Intranet Focus blog covers developments in search, intranets, information management, digital workplaces and Big Data as well as reviews of books and conferences.

New for February 2014

A list of over 100 intranet case studies published by the Nielsen Norman Group and by Step Two Designs since 2010 now includes the winners of the Intranet Design Awards 2014

We have published a revised version of our Research Note on Managing Virtual Teams

Enterprise Search Book Cover

Enterprise Search – Enhancing Business Performance

This is Martin White’s third book on enterprise search management and was published as an e-book (with a print option) by O’Reilly Media in November 2012. The technology of search is summarised in two chapters. The other ten chapters are about how to manage enterprise search projects and then continuing to maximise the return on investment through setting up a search support team that brings together staff with business and IT skills. Read the reviews by Des Bravington for JBoye, James Robertston, David Hobbie and Beyond Search

Buy online from O’Reilly and use AUTHD to get a discount on the price