After a successful launch of the Jimmy Fund website, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute engaged Traktek in the implementation of their website and enterprise corporate Intranet.
The new social component implemented on the Dana-Farber Intranet now allows internal groups to easily communicate with each other online to improve cross department communications. This allows the departments the ability to communicate as a group to highlight events, files and documents, announcements, and image galleries.
Provided custom application development to integrate into a variety of source systems including active directory, single sign on, human resources and training systems and real time GPS tracking of campus transportation vehicles across the Harvard teaching hospital campus.
The new Research department redesign had to utilize the overall Dana-Farber site structure and style guide while meeting the needs of the department to highlight their leading edge developments and the capabilities of the entire team.
New bios were established that were consistent throughout the site and integrated with external source PubMed for publications associated with Dana-Farber researchers.
The Susan F. Smith Center for Women's Cancer microsite was created to highlight Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's compassionate care and world-class research. The site provided resources for clinical trials, details on physicians and treatment efforts around women's cancers.
The Dana-Farber Intranet was built to allow single sign-on through Active Directory to the hundreds of employees throughout the organization that utilized the website on a daily basis. This provided the organization with the security to keep the site private and internal while eliminating the login experience for the end users.
One objective of the new Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Intranet was to make it easier for staff to find the content they needed on a daily basis. Traktek built the site with personalized functionality allowing staff to bookmark links and display content specific to the individual user.
A new social platform was created to allow departments to collaborate on projects, communicate with members, highlight relevant files and documents, and display events and announcements.