Interact launches nonprofit Intranet platform

Interact, a provider of intelligent intranets, has launched an exclusive platform tailored specifically to nonprofit organizations, the company said.

The Interact Nonprofit Edition enables users to address daily collaboration and engagement challenges and helps them make the best use of funding to work for the causes they champion.

The dispersed nature of nonprofit staff creates a significant employee engagement challenge. The Interact Nonprofit Edition puts control in the user´s hands, not IT´s, resulting in unprecedented adoption across organizations. Users can better manage how they spend their time and resources, delivering a boost toward a more effective and united workforce.

A long term customer of Interact, the ASPCA positions its intranet as a place where employees go to educate, collaborate, and connect. They achieve their engagement goals by utilizing tools such as Teams and Rewards to unite employees and demonstrate recognition for a job well done.

Interact also supports nonprofits, including March of Dimes, to maintain accountability and transparency by documenting daily tasks, challenges, and triumphs. “Our intranet is an important resource for staff. Whether working from our national office, a field location or hospital, it helps staff stay connected to the Foundation,” said Geoff Garcia, Intranet director at March of Dimes.

Interact Nonprofit Edition is available now and is offered to these organizations at a significant discount, making it one of the most affordable intranet solutions on the market. The intelligent intranet delivers a proven solution to take control of time and resource management, as well as boosting engagement and collaboration across the workforce.

Founded in 1996 with headquarters in the UK, Interact operates globally and is one of the fastest growing intranet software companies. Interact has built a strong reputation of delivering successful and collaborative intranet solutions to leading companies such as Make A Wish, JCCA, ASPCA, and Make a Wish Foundation.