Amidst COVID-19 Crisis, theEMPLOYEEapp Clients See Surge in Employee App Use
Reaching every employee in your organization is never more important than during a crisis. Many organizations rely on tools like email or Intranets, but the majority of remote, deskless, or frontline employees don’t usually have access to these channels. This is one of the main problems that our employee app solves for many of our customers.
And employees are never seeking information and updates more than during times of crisis and uncertainty. Employees that may have previously been disengaged and not active on your channels are likely suddenly craving information. That’s certainly been what we’ve seen on theEMPLOYEEapp in March as concerns around COVID-19 have mounted and organizations have been forced to take action.
Since COVID-19 disruptions have begun in the United States:
- theEMPLOYEEapp has seen a 748% increase in registrations (when a user signs up to use the app for the first time).
- Content views have increased by 348%.
- Daily active users have increased by 207% (including weekend use, which is typically when a lull in use occurs).
While many organizations might slow down on adopting new channels or tools, we’ve seen tremendous employee adoption and engagement for clients who have launched their employee app in the last few months. For several clients, this is the channel leadership is stressing is the best tool to receive real-time updates. And for many, it is the only employee communications tool that everyone in the company has access to.
We wanted to shoutout and thank our amazing clients for navigating uncertain times so adeptly. For many of our clients, COVID-19 has caused major disruptions to their businesses. We know this has not been easy. But we are so glad theEMPLOYEEapp has helped them connect their workforces and more easily communicate.
If you’re struggling to communicate with your frontline and deskless employees, contact us today. We can help you build and deploy an employee app in as little as four weeks.
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