Does this sound like you
“When our Comms team is in crisis response mode, seconds matter, but it’s hard for us to get important messages out very quickly.”
“If we have an urgent need to communicate with a specific group we can’t wait for IT to create a new distribution list. Often we’re forced to decide between emailing too large of an audience or not communicating at all.”
“We don’t have time to make sure our emergency email comms are measurable, targeted or on-brand, but then we don’t know if they’re getting the message.”
Getting information to employees during a crisis can be stressful. You need to get messages out quickly, make sure the right messages get to the right people, and then be prepared to advise leadership on the effectiveness of those messages.
For many organizations, email remains the best way to communicate during a crisis. That said, most communicators are using outdated tools that are unreliable, time-consuming, and force them to sacrifice measurement and professionalism in favour of just getting the email out.
During a crisis, communicators must ensure business continuity, advise leadership, and make sure employees trust the communications they are receiving. Without reliable tracking, targeting, and design tools, communicators lose precious time, influence, and insight.
How Bananatag helps you communicate during a crisis
Why use Bananatag?
Communicate quickly and efficiently when it matters most.
Leverage detailed metrics to ensure employees are getting the message.
Gather critical, timely feedback using a single tool.
During this unique time, we’ve had to dive in and accelerate a whole slew of communications: crisis comms, IT notices, and messages to connect, encourage, and engage employees. I’m so grateful to have Bananatag as a valuable partner.
Employee Communications Manager at Midpen Housing Corporation
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