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Building Culture & Efficiency With A Modern Toolset

MangoApps has revolutionized how we communicate from a corporate standpoint. We want this to be the only way our teams communicate, eventually. It’s got everything you need—messaging, documents, storage, posting. I think bringing people together through MangoApps will be very beneficial to our organization in the long run.
- Kyle Loafman, VP of Purchasing

Ram Tool Construction Supply Co. Case Study

Ram Tool is a construction supply company with 1,500 employees spread across 45 locations. About 200 of those employees are in corporate roles at their headquarters in Alabama.
Like many companies centered around field operations, Ram Tool found it difficult to reach field employees through print materials. By partnering with MangoApps, they’ve created a space for intranet, communication, and collaboration that reaches employees who were previously left in the dark.
In this case study, you will learn how Ram Tool uses MangoApps to:
1.Communicate more effectively with their large frontline teams, including critical alerts
2.Collaborate and share knowledge across departments and locations
3.Reinforce their culture with gamification and friendly competition
And more!
Download this case study to get a better understanding of how MangoApps helped Ram Tool transform the way they communicate, collaborate, and share information.
Building Culture & Efficiency With A Modern Toolset

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More Quotes From Ram Tool Construction Supply Co. Case Study
"After almost 20 years in this industry, I’ve done a lot of implementations. MangoApps was hands down the smoothest implementation—the fastest adoption from users."
Kyle Loafman, VP of Purchasing
"With MangoApps, we were able to implement best practices, so there’s only one version of each document and it’s always the latest. You can find it in 10 different places, but it’s all just the same link. If that document gets updated, it’s updated across the platform."
Rebecca Stone, Internal Communications Coordinator