We are delighted to announce that Vestey Holdings has chosen SORCE to implement our Engage intranet solution for their 12 group companies, which employ a total of 1,000 staff. Vestey Holdings is a family owned food production, import, export and distribution business.
As no existing intranet is in place and only part of the workforce have a company email address, the group was looking for new ways to engage with staff and promote a shared culture.
The new intranet will enable group information to be shared with all employees, wherever they work within the organisation. The intranet will help colleagues understand everybody’s role within the group and connect people together.
The new system will integrate with Office 365 which is used in various parts of the group, but also be available to the large proportion of staff that do not have Office 365 licences.
Pascale Louis-Louisy, Head of Group Marketing and Communication at Vestey said:
“We found SORCE’s product to be the best fit for our requirements. It will enable us to communicate with all members of staff across the group regardless of what IT structure is in place in their company. It also presents many advantages for the companies who can at the same time tailor the platform to their own needs.”
As well as award winning software, Vestey Holdings will receive from SORCE:
- Outstanding technical support
- A dedicated Vestey Holdings Account Manager
- 24 hour access to RE:SORCE, our client portal and helpdesk
- An upgrade of Engage every year and enrolment in the Intranet Success Programme
- Exceptional training
- Access to regular client training and educational live webinars
- Access to a whole team of Intranet experts to help with continual improvement
Vestey Holdings is a fourth generation, family-owned business, with origins stretching back to the 1890s. Today, it invests in food companies operating in various segments of the industry. As custodians of these companies, Vestey’s core aim is to build and improve them for future generations by empowering colleagues in their roles.