Free Webinar: A Communicator’s Guide to Effectively and Successfully Reaching Employees

by Jeff Corbin | September 6, 2017

As we all know, one of the main challenges we face as communications professionals is the ability to get important messages and communications into the hands of our various audiences whether they be our employees, customers, partners or other external constituents – and to be able to do so efficiently and cost effectively. Since I Read more…

How Many Workplace Apps Will an Employee Download?

by Jeff Corbin | July 26, 2017

Mobile Hubs are Shaping the Future of the Digital Workplace Once again, APPrise Mobile has been mentioned by Gartner as one of the technology companies to keep an eye out for when it comes to mobile enterprise solutions and the digital workplace! In a recent report (July 17, 2017) entitled, “Hype Cycle for Unified Communications Read more…

Increasing Connectivity and Further Enabling Employee Engagement with Version 9.3

by Jeff Corbin | July 17, 2017

APPrise Mobile has always placed great importance on connecting and communicating with employees because we know how crucial it is to individual and overall company success. With today’s release of Version 9.3 to theEMPLOYEEapp, we have made it even easier for companies to increase connectivity and engagement giving companies even more ways to connect with Read more…

Is Business Insider Onto Something New (or are they just reading my blog)?

by Jeff Corbin | June 7, 2017

Please read my blog from April 3, 2017 (The Samsung S8 and Nostradamus). Now read a portion of my remarks (below) from the first client summit of theEMPLOYEEapp that took place on May 1-2, 2017 in NYC: What I have been saying and writing about for nearly 3 years is starting to prove true; computing Read more…

Infographic: Healthcare Communications Professionals Chime in on Tech Preferences

by Jeff Corbin | May 10, 2017

Nurses, doctors, food service personnel and so many others…these front-line employees spend almost all of their working hours on their feet caring for patients. As communications professionals servicing the healthcare industry, how can we better accommodate these busy lifestyles and ensure we are simultaneously and instantaneously getting our message into their hands? At APPrise Mobile we Read more…

theEMPLOYEEapp’s First Annual Client Summit – Success!

by Jeff Corbin | May 8, 2017

Last week we achieved another significant milestone at APPrise Mobile.  We successfully held our inaugural client summit in New York City at the Cornell Club in which more than 20 clients of theEMPLOYEEapp came from all over the U.S. to network and learn from each other. The attendees consisted of not only corporate communications, internal Read more…

Delta Airlines – Can You Hear Me?

by Jeff Corbin | May 4, 2017

It’s Thursday morning and I’m drinking my cup of coffee. I open The Wall Street Journal and read the article on the front page about the Delta airline debacle and the fact that the reason for the cancellations in April was an analog telephone technology problem. Can you believe it? In today’s digital society, Delta Read more…

The Samsung S8 and Nostradamus

by Jeff Corbin | April 3, 2017

I love when my prognostications start to prove true. I’m not claiming to be Nostradamus; but after 20 years in corporate communications and the past five in mobile technology for this industry, I have read enough, seen enough and spoken to enough professionals to have an opinion on where things may be going when it Read more…

Consumerizing the Enterprise App and Digital Workplace Experience

by Jeff Corbin | March 15, 2017

Throughout our history at APPrise Mobile, our development philosophy has always been to listen, prioritize and implement the feedback of our customers, prospects and partners.  In developing an enterprise workplace tool like theEMPLOYEEapp, we refuse to do so in a vacuum based on what we think companies want and will use.  Rather, doesn’t it make Read more…

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