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Why the Christian Democratic Union in Hessen, Germany, Voted for an Employee App

Normally when an employee app is implemented, the idea is to connect non-desk workers and to reach those who are excluded from traditional communication channels in order to bridge communication gaps. However, it’s becoming increasingly clear that employees who work in an office or on a desktop computer can also greatly benefit from mobile communication.

 

Since September 2015, Germany’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) has been using an employee app from Staffbase, and in that time they’ve gained a lot of insight into its wide-ranging potential.

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Turning Monologues into Dialogues with the T‑Systems Mobile App

Susann Wanitschke, intranet manager at T-Systems Multimedia Solutions, reports on the progress and the new applications of the T-Systems Employee App. After nearly two years of use, one thing is perfectly clear: the young company (whose average employee age is just 35) has found several innovative solutions and use cases for its app.

 

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How MAN Truck & Bus Uses an Employee App to Bridge Communication Gaps

MAN Truck & Bus is one of the leading manufacturers of heavy-duty commercial vehicles in Europe, with production facilities in Germany, Poland, and Austria, as well as in Russia, South Africa, India, Turkey, and Mexico. Their products include vans, heavy goods trucks, interurban coaches, and city buses, and they also produce diesel and natural-gas engines.

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An Employee App for Audi: "Advancement through Technology"

Audi Brussels is a manufacturing plant located in ForestBelgium. The German-engineered automobile brand is one of the best selling luxury car brands in the world. Their slogan "Vorsprung Durch Technik" means "Advancement through Technology," and holding true to this motto, the company's branch in Brussels has now implemented their "my Audi Brussels" app.

 

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