Creating internal communications that truly engage employees has always been important, but it’s become mission-critical in today’s work-from-home world—and a lot of companies worldwide are having to scramble to figure out how to do it right. That’s why we’re so excited to announce the next step in our journey with Microsoft to continue creating solutions together that will improve the internal comms game.
While we’ve been a Microsoft partner for a while now, launching an integration with their SharePoint product last year, we’ve now reached “co-sell ready” status with them. This indicates that we’re a top-tier partner and are among a select few collaborating with Microsoft to provide a joint solution for more effective internal communications.
Improve employee experience
with SharePoint + Setka Editor integration
SharePoint is a Microsoft Office product that helps companies create internal websites for their teams to collaborate with file and data sharing, information and updates, and plenty of content resources to help them succeed. With Setka’s integration, employers are able to integrate magazine-quality design and content experience best practices to make this important content as enjoyable to read as possible.
While good design for your internal comms may just seem like a nice-to-have, it’s actually critical for ensuring these important messages actually get across to your employees. In the world of content marketing, it’s common knowledge that 38% of users stop engaging entirely if the content is unattractive in its layout or imagery. Furthermore, with limited time to read content, 66% would prefer to view something beautifully designed versus simple and plain. In a world where your teams have so many things vying for their time, you want to design your content so they’ll actually give it the attention it deserves.
Would Prefer to view something beautifully designed versus simple and plain
With Setka’s integration, employers are able to integrate magazine-quality design and content experience best practices to make this important content as enjoyable to read as possible.
Now, by further joining forces with Microsoft, we will be able to help more businesses improve employee experience and share information in a clear and engaging way no matter how distributed they are. We’re excited to work together with their technologies to create solutions that will transform the way organizations collaborate and communicate going forward.