SAN BRUNO, Calif., August 18, 2016 - Dynamic Signal, the leading employee communications platform, today announced its new integration with Facebook Messenger, one of the world’s most widely adopted messaging tools. For the first time, companies will connect their employees and their companies’ communications anywhere, anytime, without needing to download another app.
Billions of employees don’t have access to corporate email addresses, intranets or corporate offices, and can’t be reached effectively by their company’s communications. Now, Dynamic Signal delivers communications content directly to employees via Messenger.
“There are billions of employees in the world with little to no access to timely relevant business communication,” said Russ Fradin, CEO and cofounder of Dynamic Signal. “But most of these people have a smartphone and Messenger. Dynamic Signal was first in connecting employees to companies with a purpose-built app, and is now is the first platform for companies to communicate with employees on popular apps already on their phones.”
With Dynamic Signal, employees can now receive and safely share photos, videos, company communications and more anywhere they can access Messenger. Now the receiving and sharing of content become a seamless part of employees’ daily routines.
“At Seasons 52, our team members are our most valued resource. Trying to inform and engage a large number of employees who don’t have company email or access to other traditional channels can be challenging,” said Ben Paston, Social Marketing, Seasons 52. “The ability to reach them in a way that’s convenient, on smartphones and on apps they already use, like Messenger, could help us inform, engage and retain the very best people in our restaurant. That’s good for our teams, and great for our guests.”
Communications, marketing and human resource professionals can now share company content to employees on Messenger with just a few clicks from their Dynamic Signal dashboard. Detailed post-level performance metrics will be automatically captured with Dynamic Signal’s reporting engine, giving companies visibility into how employees are receiving and sharing content delivered through Messenger.
“The most successful technology implementations happen when they fit into the workflow that employees are already familiar with,” said Alan Lepofsky, Vice President and Principal Analyst, Constellation Research. “Adding integrations into popular consumer communication tools makes it easier and more effective for employees to receive and share content.”
Dynamic Signal’s connection with Facebook Messenger makes it easier to reach employees wherever they are. Additional integrations offered by Dynamic Signal include just announced Slack and Microsoft Yammer, as well as ongoing integrations with Marketo, Oracle Marketing Cloud, Jive, Salesforce Chatter and AppExchange and many more.
All of these integrations are exclusively available to Dynamic Signal customers. Learn how you can upgrade your enterprise signal at www.dynamicsignal.com
About Dynamic Signal
Global enterprises need employees to receive company and industry communication, anywhere, anytime, that they can safely share. Dynamic Signal, the leading employee communications platform driving reach, productivity, and advocacy provides a better and faster way for your employees and their audiences to receive your enterprise signal.
Companies can now consistently deliver relevant and personalized communication to their employees. Dynamic Signal ensures communications are received by employees and their audiences alike.
Hundreds of the world’s largest enterprises, including 85 of the Fortune 500, trust Dynamic Signal to deliver their enterprise signal in 21 countries around the globe. Founded in 2010, the company’s world class customers include IBM, Edelman, Ingram Micro, Salesforce, Autodesk, Domo, SurveyMonkey and Humana. Dynamic Signal is based in San Francisco, California and has raised $43 million from leading investors including Venrock, Rembrandt Venture Partners and Trinity Ventures. Learn how you can upgrade your enterprise signal at dynamicsignal.com.
This press release originates from the GlobeNewswire