Communication is key, particularly if you have employees in a larger organisation or who work remotely. If you find communication is a struggle within your organisation and there are often delays in responses with emailing, you may find that using alerts is a much quicker and more efficient method of communication which allows employees to receive critical business information as soon as it’s distributed by management.
may be times that you have urgent announcements or information to inform your employees or management of, which is likely to be distributed through emails. Unfortunately, emails aren’t always reliable as they can sometimes end in ‘junk’ folders or individuals may take too long to get round to them. For this reason, you’ll want to use a critical alert system for communicating urgent notices or company updates.
For example, if there’s a water leak in your office or your broadband connection is down, you’ll want to alert all members of staff immediately if they shouldn’t come into work. Where emails may be the first port of call, many team members are likely to miss this alert if it’s sent outside of working hours – unless the alert was sent through a critical alert platform with multi-channel notifications including SMS, Email, Push Notification and Microsoft Teams.