Fast sourcing of new employee ideas from Medallia’s seamless integration with widely used corporate messaging tool
Medallia, Inc., the global leader in experience management, announced Medallia Crowdicity, the company’s crowdsourcing solution, now offers seamless integration with Slack, enabling organizations to capture breakthrough employee ideas from within the messaging and collaboration tool employees are using today.
According to a 2019 survey, 91 percent of businesses use messaging apps for team collaboration and Slack is a dominant choice in a large percentage of the organizations surveyed. As companies increasingly invite employees to share their business-changing ideas and innovations, the integration between Crowdicity and today’s messaging tools makes it easier than ever to engage employees in a ‘work from anywhere’ world.
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“Crowdicity has transformed how we connect our T-Mobile headquarters teams with our retail frontline – which includes thousands of corporate employees and dealers in our line-up! We now have the ability to proactively crowdsource feedback on any topic from all parts of our business (HR, systems, uniforms, devices, offers, and more). The feedback, ideas, and sometimes pain points help us drive the change that is needed to be the best in the world at connecting customers to their world,” said Jeff Whitney, senior program manager at T-Mobile.
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“Until now, there has been no easy way to fully engage with, and crowdsource innovative ideas from, employees, and our customers are delighted with the ease of use and rapid stream of innovation from those who know customers best – employees. Being able to crowdsource ideas seamlessly from widely used corporate messaging platforms dramatically increases employee engagement and drives breakthrough business results,” said Sarika Khanna, executive vice president and chief product officer for Medallia.
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