Highly visible pop-up messages right on the employees' computer screens.
The extended reports module is a communications measurement tool that will provide you with a full list of users who received an alert, acknowledged it and answered any survey questions.
It differs from the default statistics module that provides general numbers such as delivery data, open rates and so on.
Estimate the effectiveness of your communication and maximize it with DeskAlerts extended statistics.
Get real-time and accurate data about delivery, readership and acknowledgments in the form of spreadsheets, lists and charts.
Measure your results on different levels - from the campaign level to a specific user.
Extended statistics keeps all the data it receives and interprets it into a visual representation which you can analyze for yourself.
Data can be exported into a comma-separated values format which will be visually rendered as tables with values in each cell. This cuts down on data encoding time.
This feature shows the ratio between sent surveys and the received ones.
Use reports to analyze the results of surveys and quizzes.
This shows a summary of information about your network users, starting with the most recently active.
Extended statistics can accommodate data in a widget format where you can constantly see data changes.
Communication is not missed anymore“All departments use DeskAlerts to send communication that would ordinarily be missed via email communication.”
Broadcast information that affects daily work“DeskAlerts lets us broadcast system information to users. We have placed information monitors in several positions in our building where we broadcast systems alerts and news to share information about system breakdowns or other significant information that can affect peoples’ daily work.”
It is important to have pop-up notifications“DeskAlerts enabled us to deploy emergency notifications to our employees’ desktops without relying on any of the existing platforms. It was important for us to have a pop-up notification that would be in the user’s face, no matter what they were working on at the time.”