Huge launches intranet tool, Honey

Honey, an “enterprise social network for news-sharing that aims to revolutionise the intranet”, has launched in beta. According to a press release, the tool is “designed to enable employees to discover, discuss and archive content that matters to them” and their colleagues. Administrators can ‘guide’ conversations and “ensure that everyone is aware of critical company news”.

The product was developed because of internal communications challenges experienced by Huge Labs, whose start-up incubator division Honey emerged from, along with the lack of interest in the company's own static intranet. As the agency grew, it required a way for coworkers to more efficiently comment on things and communicate. The result has been a major upswing in engagement, with 90 per cent of staff using Honey weekly and two thirds daily.

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