University of Strathclyde Partners with Medallia for Employee and Community Experience

Medallia, the global leader in customer and employee experience, today announced that the University of Strathclyde will leverage Medallia Experience Cloud as part of their People Strategy 2025 by committing to listening and responding to the views of staff. In addition, the university will leverage Medallia Crowdicity to tap into the ideas and knowledge of their faculty, students, and wider communities to manage a range of health and wellbeing challenges with and for citizens, other researchers, the NHS, and other care partners and industry.

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“We are excited to be partnering with Medallia and to use their innovative and collaborative service to listen and respond to the needs of our colleagues”

Medallia Experience Cloud empowers Universities to make employee voices count by responding in the moment, making it easy for employees to have a say with ‘always-on feedback’ that goes beyond surveys to gauge real-time opinions and sentiment.

“We are excited to be partnering with Medallia and to use their innovative and collaborative service to listen and respond to the needs of our colleagues,” said Sara Copeland, Deputy Director of HR at the University of Strathclyde.

Medallia Crowdicity is an easy-to-use ideation, innovation, and collaboration platform for organisations looking to discover and action the best ideas and insights. With built-in gamification, rewards, and a built-in virtual community layer, Crowdicity helps any organisation discover and action ideas anytime, anywhere, from everyone.

“Crowdsourcing is an excellent way to engage University stakeholders, including students, industry partners, local community residents and the wider health and care communities in Scotland, and beyond,” said Dr. Marilyn Lennon from the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at the University of Strathclyde.

“Brilliant ideas can come from two sources, anywhere and everywhere,” said Medallia President and CEO Leslie Stretch. “Crowdicity helps organizations crowdsource ideas quickly, drive a culture of innovation, and increase engagement. As an alumnus, I’m especially excited to help the University of Strathclyde tap into the brilliance of the wider university community.”

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