SMB Intranet Software

Breakthrough creates a framework for a small business intranet that is structured and organized.

What is Breakthrough software?

A platform for organizing and collaborating around your business strategy and assets.

Breakthrough helps organizations create, define, articulate, communicate and collaborate their business strategy and vision with employees, partners and investors.

 

With a structured system of organizational information and unique collaboration tools, Breakthrough is a powerful intranet solution.

Why is an intranet important to strategic growth?

Your strategy and company assets must be evangelized and accessible by every employee and stakeholder.

Departments are often isolated with only email chains to connect employees or shared drives that get unwieldy quickly.

 

With remote working on the rise, silos may well be a problem with information going unshared.

 

The right small business intranet can help an organization work smarter, reduce friction, and keep the entire team aligned day in and day out.

What should an intranet do for our small business?

The primary goal is to help employees work smarter, faster, and more effectively.

Intranets are all about putting the information and assets in the hands of your team to be successful. One challange with other intranets is that they are empty boxes that easily become unweildy.

 

With Breakthrough, part of our DNA is to help drive organization and creation of strategic information and assets. When architecture is built in, it makes launching and maintaining your intranet a lot easier.

 

 

How can I use Breakthrough software to create an Intranet?

Delivery of information and collaboration is imperative in every organization.

Our platform helps you build the key information related to your business.

Ready to get started?

Sign up now to experience the most powerful business strategy software.

You can also check out our pricing, but our base package is free forever for 1 user.

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