Social Intranet Insider: A Chat with Amy Cisneroz of Virgin America

August 1, 2013 Jason Dent

As many CIOs are finding out, today’s workforce is demanding a consumer-grade experience–like they enjoy in their personal lives–to access company services and collaborate with their colleagues whether they’re at the office or on the go.

Cloud, mobile and social technologies offer ways to expand the delivery of company information to employees using a set of robust tools that provide anytime, anywhere access to organizational information, knowledge, expertise and tools–all designed with the employee experience in mind. This critical shift in providing a compelling employee experience is allowing portals to have not only a dramatic impact on productivity and efficiency, but employee engagement as well.

One company that has already made the jump to a more collaborative social intranet is Virgin America. So we invited Amy Cisneroz, Program Manager at Virgin America who oversaw the implementation of VX Connect – a mobile, social employee intranet experience built on the Salesforce.com platform – to come in for a quick chat about their objectives and experience. Here is what she had to say:

We will be continuing this conversation with Amy in a live webinar on August 8th, that will be hosted by Appirio Managing Consultant and Systematic HR blogger, Wes Wu. If you would like to learn more about Virgin America’s VX Connect, or have questions for Amy regarding Social Intranets, then be sure to register now! For registering you’ll receive a link to the replay even if you can’t attend live.

Also, if you are considering a move to a social intranet, you may be interested in our Social Intranet Revolution eBook containing insights and stats to keep you informed.

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