Are You Empowering Your Frontline Employees?
Frontline employees rarely have access to computers and traditional office communication systems. Without a centralized, mobile communication source, employees struggle to find important information or access resources when they need it.
Frontline employee roles and responsibilities vary greatly from industry to industry. Companies need a way to customize their communication and collaboration tools to specifically meet the needs of their various frontline employees.
Frontline employees are often required to work with outdated or ineffective tools. Without the resources they need to accomplish tasks, frontline employees are stuck completing time-consuming workarounds just to get their job done.
Frontline work is regularly on the go, and staff tend to work away from leadership and sometimes even other employees. Employees need a way to quickly communicate with coworkers and send messages to management instantly.
Frontline employees often have to rely on unapproved or risky methods of communication. Companies need a way to ensure that frontline communication tools keep everyone connected without putting corporate information at risk.
How MangoApps Helps
One platform for all employee communication, content, collaboration & engagement
Built-On a Powerful
MangoApps for Frontline is a comprehensive, modern, communications solution built specifically for the Frontline industry. Frontline employees love MangoApps because it creates a one-stop shop for all communications and information sharing. In addition, our modular architecture and enterprise-grade platform makes getting started simple and fast.
Customer Case Studies
MangoApps gave us the best balance between quality and quantity. They offered a very comprehensive suite of applications at a very competitive rate.Jan Carel UylenbergASW Benelux HR Director
The other thing that has gone down in an absolute storm is the gamification of the site. The fact that you can level up and earn badges and be rewarded for your interaction with the site has been a huge hit. People get really competitive. People are always looking at leader boards, and it kind of gives that hunger to want to be on it on a daily basis. But it also rewards you for being an engaged member of staff.Vikki NyeSuperDrug Internal Communications Manager
We did have an intranet before…[but] now have interaction. When we post something there are likes, there’s comments, there’s questions. It makes the documents or announcements better. It’s just a much more engaging form of announcements than it used to be.Vojta BorovianKelly-Moore Paints IT Director of Infrastructure & Services
Sampling of Customers from Retail, Manufcuring & Hospitality
Our pricing model