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  • “Our initiative to move from Jive to SharePoint had a strong ROI business case but was complicated due to the short window for migration completion during the end of year holiday season.  We needed a technology partner who could get the job done predictably in that short 6 week period.  Additionally, we required the new SharePoint Intranet site to look and navigate like the legacy Jive site in order to not disrupt the field sales and service teams across the country who rely on the system daily for operations.  ThreeWill not only met but exceeded our expectations in completing the migration on time and under budget!”

    IT Manager, Project Management Office, Large Distributor of Recreational Products

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Multinational Mining Company

Multinational Mining Company Moves from Jive to Office 365

Client Profile

Anglo American plc is a British multinational mining company based in Johannesburg, South Africa, and London, United Kingdom. It is the world’s largest producer of platinum, with around 40% of world output, as well as being a major producer of diamonds, copper, nickel, iron ore, and metallurgical and thermal coal.


Anglo American made a decision to invest in Office 365 and an Intranet-in-a-Box product for their next-generation intranet and wanted to migrate selected content from a legacy Jive intranet platform.


Migration effort followed a specific strategy of avoiding migration of any “throwaway” content and instead focus on migrating key content in a way that demonstrated the capabilities of the new platform and encouraged future user adoption in these areas.

Business Benefits

  • Flexible migration approach that allowed for an extended time period for site owner optimization sites in the new platform
  • Provided an intranet built on O365/SharePoint that leveraged existing Microsoft licensing and related cost reductions
  • Intranet positioned on a modern/continuously updated platform
  • Migrated approximately 5,000 Jive Places​
Cox Automotive

Cox Automotive Drives Innovation with New Office 365 Digital Workplace

Client Profile

Cox Automotive Inc. makes buying, selling, owning and using cars easier for everyone. With their technology, market intelligence, and products and services, Cox Automotive simplifies the trusted exchange and mobility of vehicles and maximizes value for dealers, manufacturers and car shoppers.  To learn more about Cox Automotive, visit www.coxautoinc.com.


Cox Automotive needed a plan for an Intranet transformation as part of overall Digital Workplace initiative, including migration of existing content coming from an existing social intranet platform to Office 365.  The drivers for the project were decreasing costs, increasing innovation, improving the user experience and enabling mobile access to content.


ThreeWill and Cox Automotive worked together as part of a Migration Workshop/POC and a Digital Workplace Workshop.

Business Benefits

  • Clarity on Pilot/Production migration needs, including a finalized content migration strategy (content mapping/prioritization and requirements for site rationalization)
  • Completion of a Digital Workplace design that allowed for a vision of what will be the future Intranet implementation and the user experience for migrated sites
  • Understanding of gaps between out of the box SharePoint Online / Office 365 capabilities and key business usage scenarios
  • Identified key enabling technologies and technologies that are either out-of-scope or candidates for a roadmap

Intranet Portal and Forms Automation

Client Profile

Industry leader in third-party yard management services.


Company had manual, paper based, error prone safety, compliance, and financial processes that needed to be standardized and automated in order to reduce errors, increase productivity, and enable reporting to support business growth.  


Office 365 Intranet available to hundreds of sites and thousands of users across the US.  Mobile and desktop forms available to thousands of resources and centralized workflow.  Simplified form completion (mobile phone), submission and automated workflow, routing, document generation and archival improved overall efficiency, compliance, and near real-time reporting.  

Business Benefits

  • Increased data integrity
  • Simplified and standardized forms 
  • Mobile enabled forms and submission
  • Automated document generation
  • Improved long-term archival and compliance management 
  • Significantly reduced new client onboarding time


Industry is the production of goods or services within an economy. The major source of revenue of a group or company is the indicator of its relevant industry. When a large group has multiple sources of revenue generation, it is considered to be working in different industries. Manufacturing industry became a key sector of production and labor in European and North American countries during the Industrial Revolution, upsetting previous mercantile and feudal economies. This occurred through many successive rapid advances in technology, such as the production of steel and coal.

Following the Industrial Revolution, perhaps a third of the world’s economic output is derived from manufacturing industries. Many developed countries and many developing/semi-developed countries (People’s Republic of China, India etc.) depend significantly on manufacturing industry. Industries, the countries they reside in, and the economies of those countries are interlinked in a complex web of interdependence.

Industries can be classified in a variety of ways. At the top level, industry is often classified according to the three-sector theory into sectors: primary or extractive, secondary or manufacturing, and tertiary or services. Some authors add quaternary (knowledge) or even quinary (culture and research) sectors. Over time, the fraction of a society’s industry within each sector changes.

Main article: industry classification
Below the economic sectors there are many other more detailed industry classifications. These classification systems commonly divide industries according to similar functions and markets and identify businesses producing related products.

Industries can also be identified by product, such as: construction industry, chemical industry, petroleum industry, automotive industry, electronic industry, meatpacking industry, hospitality industry, food industry, fish industry, software industry, paper industry, entertainment industry, semiconductor industry, cultural industry, and poverty industry.

Market-based classification systems such as the Global Industry Classification Standard and the Industry Classification Benchmark are used in finance and market research.

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