imason is a technology consulting firm. We provide our customers with solutions using Microsoft’s .NET and SharePoint platforms.
We're an inspired team of user experience professionals, technologists and project managers who work all over but live and play in Toronto, Canada.
We design and build web technology that works for
We’d like to share our 150,000 hours of SharePoint experience with you. To coincide with the launch of SharePoint 2010, imason will be conducting a limited number of complimentary seminars for qualified customers.
imason helps Canada's House of Commons upgrade Hansard
The House of Commons recently launched an upgrade to their online transcripts system, Hansard, which includes many modern tools for delving deeper into the document's meaning. imason assisted with the conception, design, and implementation of the new features that include exposing inline contextual metadata, video, RSS subscription and social sharing. The innovations have been well-received on the Hill and by the media encouraging support for future developments and opportunties for innovation.
Read more about it here at CBC or here at CTV.
imason helps TELUS establish a social learning framework with SharePoint 2010imason recently helped TELUS take a tangible step towards creating a “culture of collaboration” with the release of a social learning pilot using SharePoint 2010. By leveraging SharePoint 2010’s My Sites and enhanced social networking features, we created an environment that connects TELUS employees to each other and fosters formal and informal learning.
Watch the video or read the CMSWire article.
How imason Helped Labatt Build a World-Class Intranet with SharePointHow do you ensure your employees get the information they need when they need it? For Labatt, one of Canada's largest brewers with more than 3,000 employees, the answer was to leverage the power of SharePoint platform to build a world-class intranet portal-and partner with imason to make it happen.
There is a lot of buzz right now around social media technology in the workplace, but how do you know if it is right for your organization?