Back-to-back success for Poppulo – global leader in employee engagement

It’s always great to end the year on a high, which is precisely what we’re doing at Poppulo in the last days of 2018.

What a year it’s been, with a string of successes that include the signing of several prestigious new clients, sector-leading initiatives, the addition of our brilliant new mobile app to reach all employees, and now back-to-back recognition as a global leader in employee engagement by the influential G2Crowd.

The Chicago-based independent research company has given Poppulo this latest accolade in its Winter 2019 report, following a similar recognition in its 2018 Fall report.

It highlights not only Poppulo’s global leadership in employee engagement software – at a time when engagement is increasingly seen as critical to employee recruitment and retention, and business success – but also our software’s power in email tracking. The report also placed Poppulo in the ‘High Performance’ category for Team Collaboration.

The G2 Crowd ranking is based on customer satisfaction (based on user reviews) and market presence (based on market share, vendor size, and social impact).

Almost 9 out of every 10 user reviews gave Poppulo either a 5 Star of 4 Star ranking, with comments such as:

  • ‘Fantastic internal communication tool – the data is amazing’
  • ‘World class’
  • ‘Poppulo changed the way we communicate at Toyota’
  • ‘It’s by far the best from its competitors’
  • ‘Poppulo is not just a valuable tool, it’s invaluable insight’

The recognition was welcomed by Poppulo CEO Andrew O’Shaughnessy, a passionate believer in the power of communication to create an environment where employee engagement thrives and for the best possible employee experience.

O’Shaughnessy founded Poppulo to create the world’s most powerful force in employee communications and engagement, and today the company partners with many of the biggest and most successful organizations.

When companies such as Unilever, Experian, Nestlé, Johnson Controls, Rolls-Royce – and 9 of the world’s 20 biggest pharma companies – want to solve complex communication challenges with their large international workforces, they look to Poppulo.

They, and companies of all sizes across all sectors and geographies, increasingly recognize the crucial role employee communications plays in engaging workers and, consequently, business success. Internal communication is also seen as critical to a positive employee experience (EX).

This is forcefully evident in the results of IBM’s Smarter Workforce Institute research, which found organizations that score in the top 25% on employee experience report nearly three times the return on investment and double the return on sales compared to organizations in the bottom quartile.

The Poppulo platform gives organizations the power to manage their internal communications, and measure their impact, across multiple digital channels, mobile, email, intranet, video, and enterprise social networks.

The company’s US head office is based in Boston, MA and its HQ is in Cork, Ireland.


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