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Unifying Employee Comms: Why IT, Operations, and Comms Need to Work Together
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Unifying Employee Comms: Why IT, Operations, and Comms Need to Work Together

About this Guide

It’s no secret that all employees, regardless of industry or role, rely on timely and accurate information to carry out their jobs and remain aligned with the company’s objectives. However, the task of managing internal communication is no longer confined to a single department or function.

To get employee comms right today, communicators must leverage tools and technology that enable them to effectively reach all workers—which requires expertise from IT departments. And in order for operations teams to effectively oversee the day-to-day activities and processes that drive the organization’s core operations, they must partner with communicators to ensure they’re reaching the right people with the right information.

By combining strengths with IT and Operations, Internal Comms teams can find operational efficiencies and more effectively engage the workforce—all while leveraging the technical expertise of other stakeholders to consolidate existing tools and reduce the workload for all teams.

This whitepaper dives into the key challenges that IT and Operations teams face today, and how developing a partnership with IC can help overcome these challenges, improve operational comms, and drive value for the business.

Author

 Christine Kendall

Christine Kendall

Content Marketing Manager, Poppulo

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