4 Ways to effectively use & measure internal email in a finance organization

4 Ways to effectively use & measure internal email in a finance organization

About this Guide

Despite the new social tools available for use in IC, email remains the most commonly used digital communication medium in today’s organizations.

Email is an ideal tool for financial organizations with large numbers of employees, given how widely it can be distributed with relative ease. It can also be tweaked to specifically appeal to audiences within the organization, measured extensively and communicators can easily follow up on previous messages.

This how to guide will show you 4 ways to effectively use & measure internal email in a finance organization, including why email is particularly important in financial industries, the best uses of email, and the benefits of successful email communications.


Kieran Ivers

Kieran Ivers

Enterprise Communication Specialist

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