Director of IT

  • "ThreeWill helped us extend Trove to meet our custom needs. They helped us avoid costs for an existing subscription by connecting up Salesforce with SharePoint. Working with Eric was great - I appreciated the status updates and the burndown chart for understanding our budget. I also enjoyed the weekly meetings to update me on the status of the project. I was able to save tens of thousands of dollars a year because of this project."

    Ellen Hunt, IT Business Partner, Panasonic USA http://www.panasonic.com
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    "ThreeWill helped us migrate from Jive to SharePoint. We were impressed with the methodology followed in the project. Standups and weekly reports were great communication. It was a particularly well-managed project - we had a highly committed team that met tight deadlines to make a year-end deadline. The project was under budget and we were able to avoid an annual renewal fee that easily justified the project."

    Dave James, VP of Technology, PR Newswire http://www.prnewswire.com
  • “The ThreeWill Team is like an extension to our team. They take on problems and opportunities head on and put in the hard work to be successful. They provide a fresh perspective to challenges we face. ThreeWill shines when it comes to implementation. We look forward to working with them in the future.”

    Karee Lang, Director, Information Technology – Fortune 50 Entertainment Company
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.

Situation

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.

Solution

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​
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JC Decaux Jive to Microsoft Migration

Client Profile

JCDecaux’s network of outdoor advertising displays is one of the largest in the global media industry. Every day, JCDecaux reaches more than 410 million people on the planet.  As audiences and communication channels become more fragmented, JCDecaux stands out for its ability to combine mass media and targeted solutions. JCDecaux owes its distinctiveness to its presence in cities, transport systems, and major thoroughfares. With the global population becoming increasingly urban and mobile, their solutions become more effective with each passing year. They are now one of the most influential media networks on the global level, and one of the most flexible on the local level.  To learn more about JCDecaux, visit www.jcdecaux.com.

Situation

JCDecaux needed to migrate to a new Intranet platform in an effort to increase platform stability, drive user engagement and cut costs while migrating core content from the original platform.

Solution

Office 365/SharePoint online-based intranet solution that included custom site templates with metadata content tagging and categorization to support flexible content curation strategy.

Business Benefits

  • Intranet content was refreshed and existing content retired based on key criteria, including content aging
  • Provided a viable intranet strategy built on O365/SharePoint that leveraged existing Microsoft licensing and related cost reductions
  • Intranet positioned on a modern/continuously updated platform
  • Full coverage of 10,000 user community​
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AMD Jive to Microsoft Migration

Client Profile

Founded in 1969 as a Silicon Valley start-up, the AMD journey began with dozens of employees focused on leading-edge semiconductor products. From those modest beginnings, AMD has grown into a global company of 10,000 people, achieving many important industry firsts along the way. AMD today develops high-performance computing and visualization products to solve some of the world’s toughest and most interesting challenges. There has never been a better time to be in the semiconductor industry, and we are ready to tackle the next 50 years with high-performance computing and graphics solutions that transform all of our lives. To learn more about AMD, visit www.amd.com.

Situation

AMD needed an overall strategy to leverage Office 365 while allowing the decommissioning of the current Jive instance and eliminating Jive licensing costs. The migration forms the basis for a refreshed high-value collaboration tool that AMD users can leverage in their day-to-day work tasks to improve productivity. Complete migration prior to the expiration of current Jive subscription (2 months to complete migration).

Solution

Migrate selected Places and related content from the current AMD Jive instance to the AMD Office 365/SharePoint Online tenant. Migration was completed leveraging automated migration utilities and associated consulting. This included working with Client on an overall Communication, Change Management, and Adoption effort.

Business Benefits

  • Eliminated stale and outdated Jive content
  • Able to complete migration in 2 months and eliminate Jive license and support costs
  • Enabled usage of a consistent UX and Search experience across the entire Intranet
  • Establish an “ownership” mindset among teams to maintain relevant content on an ongoing basis​​
  • New collaboration platform helped to drive employee engagement across the organization
  • Drove adoption of new capabilities in O365 related to content presentation and collaboration

Danny RyanDirector of IT