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Saturday, 5 December 2020


SMLWRLD Essential made free during coronavirus crisis

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The coronavirus crisis has seen more and more businesses, charities and public organisations asking employees to operate from home.

Adapting to this new way of working has caused significant issues for many traditionally office-based companies.

Employees who have had to abandon their workstations so quickly often find themselves unable easily to access company information and knowledge, which is often stored within servers or similarly unwieldy systems. This can dramatically impair the productivity of individual employees, and the business as a whole.

At SMLWRLD, we recognise the challenge that this situation poses to small and medium-sized businesses, and we’d like to do our bit to support them during these difficult times. That’s why we’re offering our SMLWRLD Essential intranet free of charge for the duration of the crisis.

SMLWRLD Essential, our brand-new intranet product, is designed specifically as the ready-to-use solution for businesses seeking the best way to store, retrieve and share information internally.

SMLWRLD Essential distils our 15 years’ experience of delivering high-end intranets for large enterprise clients into one comprehensive, functional and easy-to-use product.

Getting started couldn’t be easier. Simply contact us and we’ll set up your SMLWRLD Essential intranet, with absolutely no strings attached.

Of course, we hope that you’ll be so impressed with the value you get from the product that you’ll want to become a customer after the crisis is over. However, if you want to stop using the tool you are absolutely free to do so, whenever you’d like, and whatever the reason.

To find out more or sign up, contact SMLWRLD Managing Director Dan Jones at contact@smlwrld.io

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