New Wave of OS X Improvements Hits DeskAlerts
When it comes to creating standout corporate communication content, customization is key. DeskAlerts is ensuring companies stay polished, professional and distinctive with a new wave of improvements to its OS X desktop notifications agent. Now, administrators can create bespoke alerts featuring corporate colors, graphics and more.
Today’s corporate world is cut throat and in order to retain the crème de la crème of employees, companies must up the ante when it comes to internal communications strategies. 21st century millennials expect cutting edge technology to play an inherent role in the day to day communications process, and email simply doesn’t cut it. For companies wanting to arm themselves with an edge that’s modern and efficient, DeskAlerts is a must leverage tool. With the new OX S updates now live, administrators can create tailor made desktop notifications that will capture and retain the attention of the entire workforce.
“As well as focusing on B2C marketing, it’s also essential for companies to heed the importance of implementing hard hitting internal communication strategies. While some businesses still rely on unsophisticated channels such as email, those that want to get ahead should consider the benefits of customized content that can be tailor made to match the exact needs of an individual business. The DeskAlerts OX S updates offer administrators total control over notification aesthetics, from color, graphics, text and more,” says Anton Vdovin, DeskAlerts Director.
One of the most notable benefits is the flexibility to use corporate colors. Branding is a critical part of any corporate strategy, and it’s not just limited to public image. Internal branding is also an imperative part of creating strong, cohesive and loyal teams that experience a sense of company pride. The OX S updates give administrators the opportunity to ensure that all internal communication content is branded.
Administrators can also add graphics to desktop notifications which brings a further element of customization to messages. Whether used to send motivational memes or business related infographics, the inbuilt graphics support brings a much needed visual element to internal communications strategies.
As well as introducing new customization features the OS X upgrades have also been engineered to work seamlessly with the new Apple OS X El Captain version. The under-the-hood upgrades include a myriad of improvements such as updated apps, improved Spotlight search, faster performance and more.
“OS X is one of the world’s favorite operating systems, used by Fortune 500 companies across the globe. Not to mention a plethora of SMEs that can’t get enough of the powerful, business oriented tools. A large portion of our corporate clients rely on OS X which is why we’re so focused on ensuring that DeskAlerts works flawlessly with these systems. Now, OS X users have the total peace of mind that they’re receiving the same exceptional experience that their fellow Windows users enjoy,” says Vdovin.
To sign up for a free trial of DeskAlerts software, go to: http://www.alert-software.com/demo/
To find out more about DeskAlerts and how its internal communications software is helping workplaces reach their full potential, visit the website at: alert-software.com
About DeskAlerts: DeskAlerts is the alert software that works in technologically and geographically diverse networks. It is a completely web-based solution that can be used to send desktop alerts and news updates to any employee within your organization, improving communications and productivity with a more efficient communication strategy than traditional email alone. View the DeskAlerts video to find out more.
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