Social Networking & Collaboration


Case Study

Notizie Reale Group: the digital House Organ is the platform for employees of Group

Notizie Reale Group is the House Organ aimed at employees of all Reale Group's companies, agents and collaborators in Italy. The platform, created in collaboration with the TamTamy Reply team, tells the Group's most important events, projects and people who are part of it with the aim of enhancing quality production and the central role of corporate publications

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Sharing, welcome and digital: welcome to the office of the future

Spaces to concentrate, spaces to communicate, spaces to share. We can leave behind the idea of a fixed location where to spend the entire working day. Instead, fluid and multifunctional work environments are spreading to stimulate creativity and interaction between colleagues.


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Intranet is a point of unique access to the digital workplace for top-down and bottom-up communication.

The solution for Generali Investments has been to semplify the communication processes and to stimulate the sense of belonging in order to create new Intranet, capable of connectioning employees from new offices in Milan to the ones in Asia.


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Human Resources drive digital transformation

There's one main department behind the transformation process that affects companies, remodelling approaches and introducing new tools: Human Resources.

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TamTamy™, the Enterprise Social Networking platform developed by Reply, available both on premises and as a service, is the answer to emerging formats of communication, engagement, learning and collaboration, both within the organization (employee networks and social intranets) and on the outside (consumer and business communities to engage customers and stakeholders).

Social Networking

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Social Learning

Communities represent an ideal complement to traditional corporate training tools and programmes. Through them, HR departments gain access to an agile, versatile and innovative set of tools for establishing new systems of knowledge sharing, creating communities of practice, enhancing talent identification processes and promoting the corporate culture. The challenge for organisations is to ensure that formal and informal training can co-exist in a unique environment.