An intranet provides a central location for content related to an organization, allowing for the consolidation of useful resources and the organization and delivery of critical information. Intranets are frequently used to house workplace policies and to explain administrative processes. They often provide the entry point for learning systems and links to other resources, such as knowledge bases. In law firms, intranets can be integrated with enterprise search, matter and experience management platforms, and document management systems, allowing for a one-stop shop that gives an overview of a lawyer's work, including WIP and financials, and access to matters and documents. Traditionally, SharePoint has been the most common legal industry platform for intranets, often enhanced with products such as Handshake and BA Insight, though some are now breaking away and using alternative solutions such as HighQ’s publishing function.