Traditional channels are missing the mark: grabbing your employees’ attention in a world of information overload involves attractive, digital content that prioritizes your people and engages them in a more dynamic and visually-appealing way.
The ease of sending messages and the proliferation of communication channels has created an environment of information overload. Employees are flooded each day with messages of little relevance, opposing priorities, and low value – mostly sent through one channel: email. As a result, every piece of information competes for attention. Do your internal comms get lost in the shuffle?
Connect key information and messages to your workforce seamlessly, without adding to the information overload. Overcome selective attention and enhance lasting remembrance with well-designed, relevant, high-value communications.
Who wouldn’t want to read a message specifically written for them?! Research your audience, segment them by needs and employee group, and use our targeting setting to communicate relevant messages to specific employee groups such as specific individuals, teams, departments, or office locations.
Instantly grab any audience’s attention with our Desktop Alerts. They allow you to broadcast breaking news to any location at any time, offering fast and efficient cut across for vital information or time-sensitive messages your employees can’t afford to miss. Guaranteed readership!
After being distracted, it takes about 25 minutes to refocus. Learn what distracts employees and how much these daily distractions cost your organization.
Drive staff awareness by communicating visually, using a format that forces you to use less text. Our Corporate Screensaver, Digital Signage, and News & Alert app support the easy distribution of your content without interrupting or adding to information overload – less is more!
Every organization is different and unique requirements will affect your internal communications strategy. Netpresenter allows you to measure and test your communications’ performance to drive future strategy and increase employee readership.
‘Before we started using Netpresenter, we communicated with our workforce via our intranet. Back then, employees had to search for the news proactively. We wanted to bring the news to their attention, so we started looking for a communication channel that allowed us to push the news to our staff members, rather than having them ‘look it up’.’