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Martin Böhringer

Martin is the CEO and co-founder of Staffbase. He is passionate about helping organizations interact with their employees in a more direct and meaningful way. He is an intranet and communication expert who did multiple years of research in the field (and holds a PhD). After his research career he has been active as an entrepreneur, leading a Forrester "Pioneer Vendor" cloud product before co-founding Staffbase.
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Digital Transformation for Non-Desk Workers — A Major Challenge for CIOs and CDOs

Digital Transformation has its greatest potential impact as it relates to the core business process of organizations, which is the creation of goods and services for consumers. In most companies this process involves employees who are not connected to a desk: production workers, retail personnel/frontliners, call-center agents, bus drivers, nurses, service staff, etc.

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How to Onboard Employees to an Internal Communications App

How do we onboard employees to an IT platform and how do we keep them in sync? This is a common questions for every corporate IT project. However, if you are about to launch an internal communications app - user management will be one of your key challenges. Why? Because this platform is one of the few that is truly targeting all employees and this creates special challenges:

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Receive feedback from your field employees with mobile forms in your Staffbase EmployeeApp

Mobile forms are a great way to improve communication with your mobile workforce. By providing forms in your Staffbase EmployeeApp you'll drastically cut those time-consuming phone conversations. Especially the camera of your employees' smartphones is a great source of valuable insights if you're managing a lot of field employees. By giving them a way to submit pictures directly from the field you'll be able to receive information which otherwise wouldn't have reached you at all.

 

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