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Priory Group launches new intranet
The Priory Group has launched a new corporate intranet for its 5,000 staff located across the UK.
The intranet was designed by Information Transfer, who also developed the Priory Group's learning management system.
The learning management system publishes content to the user's front page depending on his or her role, while content from the intranet also supports staff development programmes.
Paul Greensmith, Priory Group chief operating officer, said: "Our new intranet is an internal resource that will become a valuable and enjoyable part of our working lives.
"We are in a period of exciting external and internal growth. Investing in, and developing, our colleagues is a vital part of this, and the new intranet is key to staff development and communication."
The system is designed to enable content contributors at each of the Priory's 45 sites to share best practice, news and information about their hospital or school. So far, Information Transfer has trained more than 80 people on building content areas on the intranet.
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