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The ROI of employee engagement technology explained
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

The ROI of employee engagement technology explained

About this Webinar

Employee Engagement is a strategic enabler for enterprises seeking to create more inspiring, productive, and profitable environments. But what is the financial and business value of software solutions that help support employee engagement?

Principal Analyst and CEO Hyoun Park of Amalgam Insights presents the financial, employee, and executive value created by Poppulo based on Amalgam Insights’ independent third-party assessment of Poppulo customers.

This webinar presents findings from the Amalgam Insights’ Business Value Analysis of employee engagement software to help organizations to accurately build the case for the new technology investments.

Event details

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November 15, 2018

12:00

Speaker

Hyoun Park

Hyoun Park

CEO & Principal Analyst

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