Wednesday, 15th April 2020
Great internal communication correlates to employee engagement, responsiveness, productivity, and ultimately, success. In this market landscape, we look at eight of the more popular internal communication tools, covering streaming, chat, news, document sharing, team spaces, and task management:
These tools can work for small groups as well as one-on-one. Even large enterprises can find products that will be able to scale up. The key is matching the tools to the need. A brief description and explanation of the key features of each product is outlined, with additional information on typical users, geographic scope, and pricing. Free trials or free versions typically available.
By Sonia Isotov
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