A unified user experience for the public sector
With Sitevision, you can seamlessly integrate your organisation’s different tools so that they are in one and the same place. This will create an overall user experience for your visitors. If you also want to use federation and a Swedish cloud service, you’ve come to the right place.
have chosen Sitevision
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Public collaboration for increased digitalisation
eSam is a member-driven programme for collaboration among 35 public authorities. Together, they want to take haress the power of digitalisation to make life easier for private individuals and companies, and to use shared resources efficiently.
In eSam’s report “Digital Collaboration Platform,” they discuss several different tools that the public sector can use instead of Teams. These can be integrated with Sitevision and several of the integrations have already been completed, while others are in the pipeline.
On-site — or on the go
Video via Quickchannel (on-site)
Video via Screen9 (on site)
Video meeting via Jitsi (ongoing)
Chat via Rocket.Chat (in progress)
Chat via Mattermost (ongoing)
File management via Nextcloud (ongoing)
Everything in one place with integrations
You create your website or intranet in Sitevision using 150 ready-made and flexible modules. But you can also combine the strength of Sitevision with more, by integrating other tools and systems.
There are already several ready-made integrations on our marketplace Sitevision Marketplace. We like to team up with others who are experts in their fields. Together, we are even stronger — and you can offer your visitors an integrated digital user experience.
Sitevision from framework agreement
A framework agreement regulates which products and services a supplier should be able to deliver — but also details about prices and terms. A call-off agreement is a framework agreement that you then order against, i.e. order a product or service without the need for additional agreements.
Sitevision is available from several different framework agreements.
Atea Sverige AB, Crayon, Dustin, Forefront Consulting Group AB, Knowit Connectivity AB & Redpill Linpro AB
Atea Sverige AB, Crayon, Dustin, Pulsen AB & SoftwareOne AB
Advania, Atea Sverige AB, Dustin & Insight Technology Solutions AB
Why should HR care about the value of a good digital employee experience?
The HR department plays a crucial role in creating and maintaining a positive work environment for employees. Therefore, it is an important strategy for HR to invest in and support a good digital work environment. It maximizes both employee and organizational well-being and success.
Why should IT care about the value of a good digital employee experience?
In today's workplace, IT plays a key role in creating and supporting a positive digital employee experience. A well-functioning digital work environment affects – directly and indirectly – many aspects of an organization's operations and staff. Here are six reasons why IT should be involved in managing and improving the digital employee experience.
Why should a CEO care about the value of a good digital employee experience?
A CEO has several reasons to be committed to and care about the value of a great digital employee experience. We give you six reasons why.
Internal communication – why is it important?
Using digital tools to collaborate and keep us updated on what's happening in the company is more or less a given for most people. But how can you best reach out with information and at the same time strengthen the employee experience? We take a deep dive into different concepts and find out why internal communication is so important for the company's success.
Part 2: The value of a digital employee experience
Do you want to increase productivity at work, improve employee well-being and increase engagement? Then a great digital employee experience is for you. In this blog series, Katarina Bonde, CMO at Sitevision, tells you how to think about it. In part two, you'll learn what it takes to create engagement in the digital workplace and how to achieve it.
"It makes work more fun for everyone and that should not be underestimated"
Suddenly, we handed out certificate number 500 for Certified Sitevision Website Developer. Who got it? Erik Sylwan who is a senior developer at Webstep and who is also a Certified Sitevision Solution Developer. We decided to call up and talk about Sitevision and training.