The Biggest Product Release in I Love Rewards History

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I Love Rewards, the leader in employee rewards and recognition solutions, announces its 6.0 product release, the biggest release in company history. The 6.0 product release includes an enhanced rewards catalog, Social Recognition(TM), customer feedback module as well as new analytics and dashboards.

We will continue to solicit their feedback for future product releases as we realize our vision of being the global leader in employee rewards and recognition.

I Love Rewards, the leader in employee rewards and recognition solutions, announces its 6.0 product release, the biggest release in company history. The 6.0 product release includes an enhanced rewards catalog, Social Recognition™, customer feedback module as well as new analytics and dashboards.

"I Love Rewards releases new features in order to improve employee engagement and performance within our client's organizations, because our success is directly correlated with our customers success," said Razor Suleman, CEO and founder, I Love Rewards. "We will continue to solicit their feedback for future product releases as we realize our vision of being the global leader in employee rewards and recognition."

I Love Rewards 6.0 Product Release Highlights:

Enhanced Rewards Catalog: I Love Rewards took meaningful rewards to the next level to fit every employee's lifestyle. The newest addition to the catalog includes, Expedia, for travel options, as well as Ticket Jones, for the hottest tickets to any sporting event, concert and show. For the high roller redeemers, our dedicated concierge team is now available to source the most exclusive experiences beyond one's imagination. In addition, the catalog includes 264,000 charities with real-time e-tax receipts.

Social Recognition: The future of recognition! This feature allows employees to seamlessly share recognition with the rest of their personal network through Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Social Recognition is a competitive advantage in the workplace; companies can build their employer brand, drive recruitment initiatives, and show the rest of the world their unique company culture.

Customer Feedback: Improve customer service through feedback. This feature allows customers to provide direct feedback about their customer experience directly to the employee who assisted them. Utilize customer feedback to drive repeat positive behaviors and align employees to the organization's business goals. Fully customize the questions asked and the type of customer feedback that is necessary to capture. Encourage repeat behavior by awarding points for exceptional customer experiences.

Dashboards & Analytics: All the data you need to make better decisions- now at your fingertips. Dashboards enable human resource administrators to receive access to real-time reporting and analytics. The new Quickiew function is a high-level snapshot about the recognition program with the option of viewing different charts and diagrams with data to share with the executive team and showcase program success.

I Love Rewards'6.0 product release features will undoubtedly drive additional employee engagement, build Eli Lilly Canada's employer brand and provide us with analytical insight into our recognition program," says Karen McKay, vice-president of HR, Eli Lily Canada. "The new catalog is fantastic, redeeming for hotels with Expedia and tickets to sold-out shows speaks to today's employees and helps align our workforce to our business goals."

About I Love Rewards:

I Love Rewards is the leader in employee rewards and recognition solutions. Top employers in North America choose I Love Rewards for its proven best practices in launching and sustaining successful web-based programs. Our focus is to recruit, retain and inspire employees and align them to company goals. We believe that engaged, motivated employees drive the results most important to business success. For more information on the release please visit http://www.iloverewards.com/release/6.

This press release was distributed through PR Web by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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