Informer delivers important business communication to your staff before they log in. This ensures that messages are seen and not lost, E.g. in the email system.
Communications can be sent to all users or just a certain group, this means the message is always relevant to the employee.
Broadcasts can be time-bound, so someone returning from leave does not have to spend time reading out of date communications.
A record is kept that allows the organisation to track who has seen the message for compliance, audit and HR purposes.
Employees are sent messages direct to thier desktop bypassing email, etc
Target and deliver only relevant messages to employees
Messages are date related so that they are relevant. Then disappear when over
Rights are provided to relevant managers and admins to create and send messages
Management can see who has been sent messages and run reports on opens, etc
Important business messages are read and not lost in email
Targeted relevant messages are displayed, saving the employers time
If needed, employees can come back to the message in the NETconsent Kiosk
All messages are targeted to specific user groups so users are not overloaded with unnecessary information
Only relevant messages are displayed, saving the employees time and increasing their productivity
Employees can come back to the message in the NETconsent Kiosk
Reduces internal email traffic and storage requirements
Makes the creation of reports for audits or management easy
Managers can have access to Informer to send messages, taking the weight of IT and administrators to send messages.
User awareness campaigns to distribute valuable educational material such as info-graphics, mini-posters, videos or other eLearning content
Help desk to communicate operational issues together with their resolution
Health & safety announcements to efficiently inform staff of potential hazards
General administration for the day-to-day messages that keep staff up to date with what’s going on
The “CEO Message” ensures everyone clearly understands the company’s main drivers
Call centre communications sending out today’s “hotspots” and “special offers”