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Stakeholder engagement

Tailoring a unique strategy and clear success measures through methodical, continuous engagement with your business stakeholders.


Stakeholder engagement means interacting with your organisation regularly, reliably and on an ongoing basis. So that’s the approach we take, straight from the outset. We work hard to understand what drives your digital project, as well as explore gaps, opportunities and recommendations as your project develops.

By building ongoing stakeholder relationships, we can better review, analyse and validate results – and explore new ideas. Our partnership-driven approach drives your future outputs and helps us plan for our next steps, together.


Delivering practical, valuable results is only possible when the project begins with appropriate groundwork and research. So at Webplace, we go the extra mile to get to know you before diving into any project work. By understanding your goals and limitations, we’re able to create a project strategy that’s truly unique to your needs.

That said, stakeholder engagement is a long-term relationship. Through regular conversation, we’re able to ensure our recommendations and strategies are still the best option for your organisation’s success.

What sets us apart is our methodical approach. We carefully consider your objectives and pain points then tailor a unique strategy for you – a holistic view that’s based on research and proven approaches. We also know you need to see how your project is tracking. That’s why we take the time to define the key metrics that will help measure your success – so you can evaluate the return on investment for your efforts.

  • Discovery workshops – to understand what we don’t know
  • Digital requirements (producing requirements and documentation for digital projects)
  • Validation workshops – to validate what we know
See Stakeholder engagement case studies
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