theEMPLOYEEapp was created by professionals with decades of communications and HR experience to address the challenges organizations face in communicating with a dispersed, frontline and deskless workforce through the use of mobile technology. Our solution wasn’t developed by a group of tech folks thinking they understood the issues that exist — we actually have lived and consulted on them.
With the employee as the focus of our development, theEMPLOYEEapp is more than just a newsfeed. It is a holistic internal communication solution that allows employees to have fast and easy access to the information, documents and tools they need to succeed in their work.
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Since launching theEMPLOYEEapp in 2014, the focus of much technology research has been on those solutions focused on deskbound/knowledge workers, not the 2.4 billion “deskless” employees who don’t use computers in their day jobs, don’t have corporate email addresses and don’t have access to corporate intranets.
Well, this has changed! In its recent report, “Eight Steps for Modernizing Employee Communications in the Digital Workplace,” Gartner has taken a deep dive into this important topic.
APPrise Mobile was honored to be recognized by Gartner as a leader in mobile app solutions for employees. We have worked tirelessly to improve the communication process with employees and create a two-way dialogue between leaders and the frontline workforce. This report proves that mobile-centric mechanisms for internal communications make it easier for employees to access information and stay aligned with their leaders vision. The inclusion in Gartner’s report further proves our importance for the corporate communications, PR, and HR industries.
Mobile implementations, such as employee apps, allow communication and HR professionals to communicate with and engage their employees more efficiently. IABC Associate Editor Khyla Flores recently spoke to the director of client strategy with APPrise Mobile, Amy Jenkins, who says that employees have a desire to have access to information and feel connected to what Read more…MORE IN THE NEWS
Employee engagement. If you are in the HR or Communications department in your company, you no doubt have “Drive employee engagement” as a 2019 goal. Companies define engagement in different ways, but one clear objective to increasing this key component of the employee experience is providing access to information. While email and intranets have provided Read more…MORE BLOG POSTS
Amid labor shortages and some of the highest rates of voluntary employee turnover in years, many companies continue to drop the ball when communicating with and engaging the critical “deskless” workforce. However this does not have to be the case any longer. In this primer you will find: Case studies of how some organizations in Read more…MORE WHITEPAPERS
Community Coffee Company has sold premium quality coffee since Henry Norman “Cap” Saurage began serving coffee out of his country store in 1919. Cap named his coffee “Community” in honor of his community of friends. Today, the company, which is headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, has grown into an 800-employee strong organization and one of Read more…MORE CASE STUDIES
Solid employee communications = business success. By introducing a mobile communication strategy for internal communication, your organization can: