We are Netpresenter, pioneers in the field of communication. We connect people through technology and are dedicated to helping organizations worldwide achieve organizational change.
We know. Keeping employees informed, engaged, productive, and safe can be tough. However, with effective communication, it doesn’t have to be. Luckily, this is exactly what Netpresenter stands for. No newsletters, memos, or an overload of emails for us, but a solid, integrated digital solution. We do communication differently; with an omnichannel approach and groundbreaking employee communications platform that transforms organizations into safe and thriving communities.
Over the past 25 years, we’ve seen the world of work change. Globalization, digitalization, and remote work have made reaching, connecting, and engaging employees more challenging. Our history, our customers, and our social responsibility have always inspired us to push the boundaries and reinvent ourselves. As the world changed, we changed. And now, our experience drives us to drive your change.
During his studies, CEO Frank Hoen founded his first company ‘Eureka’, which focused on set-top box technology and multimedia software. They were surely humble beginnings. Netpresenter 1.0, the world’s first ‘Digital Signage software’ for PC, was developed right from a converted butcher shop in 1995. None the less, this prehistoric Netpresenter version, based on Amiga software, was well received by a few enthusiastic believers.
A few years later, the butcher shop made room for multiple offices in the USA, UK, and the Netherlands, and the first believers were joined by an extensive customer portfolio. On 9/11, disaster struck. Our US headquarters, based in one of the Twin Towers, was left destroyed. It was this tragic event that inspired us to see how we could use our software to keep employees safe in case of an emergency.
Now, users worldwide rely on our award-winning platform to communicate with their workforce and improve their organizations’ safety. Not only on PC anymore, but literally on every screen.
Netpresenter is successfully being used by many large corporations, governments, and hospitals around the world. Some of the organizations we love working with:
Netpresenter is being used as a centralized method to communicate with all staff, patients, and visitors. The latest hospital news is now broadcasted on all 2,000 workstations and large screens in both public and restricted areas.
We agree with the old adage ‘change the way you look at things, and the things you look at change’. It’s in our nature to be innovative and constantly strive to find better ways of reaching and connecting every employee in any organization. Change, after all, starts with ourselves.
“The success of organizational change is led
by the power of communication”
We move mountains with few people. We’re young, we’re ambitious, we trust and respect each other, and we stimulate each other to make the most of every working day. We work hard. But when we’re done for the day, you can catch us playing FIFA or board games, join our ruthless nerf battles or have a beer with us on a Friday; whatever we do, we play hard, too!
At Netpresenter, we are a team of many different people, working at many different levels, within many different areas – but there’s one thing that we all have in common: we are proud of what we do!
The only way to create brilliant things every day is to work with brilliant people who truly enjoy their job. And as cheesy as it sounds, we genuinely love what we do. Are you as passionate about technology as we are? Then you will fit right in!
We’re all connected by the same thing: we do what we love, and we love what we do. We work in a collaborative atmosphere, which empowers us to make a difference each and every day. Teamwork makes the dream work!
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