Company internal Communication channels
Desktop alerts, which deliver pop up visual messages onto computers and mobile devices, can ensure fast and reliable cut-through of urgent/important business updates.
Screensavers can be turned into sequencing digital signage to raise staff awareness of business initiatives, updates, events etc.
Staff Surveys - the SnapComms staff survey tool can be pushed onto staff computer screens and mobile devices to measure understanding of business strategy and to gather employee feedback.
Maximize the Value of Existing Information Resources (e.g. Intranet). It is possible to leverage the power of existing information sources, such as the intranet, by sign posting new or relevant content to specific target audiences. Updates can be pushed out to targeted staff groups as scrolling text on the desktop, pop-up alert messages, staff newsletters and/or sequencing interactive screensavers.
Deliver Updates on Newsfeeds
Embedded hyperlinks serve to direct staff to the specific information sources they require.
Desktop Alert Notifications
Ensure Compliance with Company Regulations and Standards.
Important compliance information can be overtly pushed out to targeted staff groups as mobile and desktop alerts or scrolling ticker feeds. The desktop alert and ticker formats can be configured to continue repeating until a staff member has opened, read or acknowledged the full message. Reporting tools allow the administrator(s) to see which messages have not been opened or acknowledged.
NB) All of the SnapComms channels of internal communication have click-through capability with full reporting on hyperlinks followed by each employee.
Improving Contact Center Productivity.
Contact center staff, who may not have regular email access, can be kept informed in a dynamic yet non-intrusive way via scrolling text on their computer screens. Time spent in team meetings (non call time) can be reduced by providing news and information updates via the news ticker channel or via an electronic staff magazine that aggregates messages from all over the business into a single scanable format.
Scrolling Text on Computer Screens
NB) Email is not required to deliver any of the SnapComms messaging channels.
Integrating a Dispersed Workforce. The SnapComms internal communication channels are not limited by geographic location. As long as employees have intermittent internet access and a computer or mobile device, messages can be easily targeted to a geographically dispersed workforce. The SnapComms channels can help ensure message consistency and give every employee a ‘voice’ regardless of their physical location.
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Why communication in English is impotant for international companies? | Yahoo Answers
Because I'd say that of all the people in the world who speak 2 or more languages, English is probably one of them. And it's important for companies to be understood. To give the best service etc they also need to be able to communicate with their clients (of course), and it's a big possibility the client speaks English.
International companies also reach a whole lot more people in English. If their website is in English for exampel, it's accesible to more people. But it also depends on where the company has it's base, and like where it has it's clients. If the main market is South Am…