Technical handbooks in an enterprise wiki
TenneT constructs and operates infrastructure for transmitting electrical energy both on land and at sea. In order to construct and maintain these far-reaching networks, they need to put guidelines in place. TenneT uses BlueSpice to maintain their technical regulations and keep them up to date.
Knowledge management and handbooks in the financial sector
Finally, more time for business thanks to the Web 2.0 – The Saalfeld district savings bank cracks open its knowledge silos and finds a new way to deal with rules.
Company wiki HAVIpedia
As part its development into an Enterprise 2.0 company, HAVI logistics uses several web applications for internal communication and team work. The wiki is one of four central platforms which promote the exchange of knowledge within the company.
BlueSpice is really the best option out there - I think globally - for MediaWiki Enterprise, MediaWiki hosting and support. I mean they have put together a real organization. They do a great job of not just assembling the bits and pieces of MediaWiki, and the whole stack; but also Markus Glaser has put together a lot of custom code and extensions to enhance functionality. They have a great system for actually moving content back and forth, using what's called WebDAV technologies, so that you can seamlessly access shared drives as part of your wiki. Buts that's it. Aside from BlueSpice there really aren't any hosting companies that put together any kind of featureful, current, maintained and customized full stack deployment of MediaWiki.
With BlueSpice we have found the optimal entry into our corporate wiki. At the beginning Hallo Welt! has implemented some customization developments. In customizing, we were impressed not only by the results, but above all by the openness for new approaches. Just six months after its introduction, our wiki is not only an indispensable knowledge resource, but also supports processes and quality management. The software and editorial functions are intuitive and are actively used by a growing number of employees. In working with Hallo Welt! we appreciate the personal and friendly contact as well as continuity in support and service at all times.
We would never have expected how much of a difference to the acceptance of the wiki a modern user interface and a greatly improved usability could have. Since the migration to BlueSpice MediaWiki, the through-put has roughly doubled, the user numbers are continually increasing and criticism of the layout has all but disappeared. Taking everything into account, a good decision!
In medical practices, decisions often have to be made in a matter of seconds after examination of rapidly changing fundamentals of a technical and statutory health insurance nature. BlueSpice is ideally suited for this and the problem of the technical prerequisite for fast and up-to-date access to information is thus solved.
We are a regional economic network with a focus on communication and event organization. Our greatest capital is the knowledge of our employees. We have been pooling this knowledge for several months with the help of BlueSpice. I am enthusiastic about how effectively I can share my experiences and new project ideas with my team and get input from others. Without wiki nothing works for us anymore.
We use BlueSpice as a collection of information for our students and it is very popular because it is very easy to maintain and unbeatable in terms of usability. As a wiki I can therefore recommend it without hesitation.
The new franchise manual, which we created with the MediaWiki and the upgrade BlueSpice free as well as special additions to the intranet, meets all expectations. New documents can be uploaded quickly and changes to the manual can be made in a very short time. This means that franchise partners always have the latest know-how to manage their franchise operations.
BlueSpice enhances risk and quality management. The system is great!
From my experience I can say that the proximity to Wikipedia is enormously important for us.
Through BlueSpice, we have developed our MediaWiki into a CMS that meets all of our requirements.