(PRWEB) December 01, 2014
In the lead up to the New Year most companies will be winding down and hitting pause on cutting edge upgrades. DeskAlerts refuses to conform to the Christmas slip and is approaching 2015 with a plethora of upgrades which make the internal desktop notifications service smarter, faster and more intuitive than ever before.
Anton Vdovin, Project Manager at DeskAlerts said, “Slowing things down for the holiday season just wasn’t an option for DeskAlerts. We’re constantly on the search for ways to enhance our service and during the hectic Christmas rush efficient internal communications have never been so important. That’s why we’ve spent the past few months rolling out a series of cutting edge updates, upgrades and enhancements that make the entire user experience intelligent, perceptive and utterly seamless.”
The latest upgrade to grace DeskAlerts software was the integration of audio visual compatibility to the emergency instant send module. This feature took flexibility to a whole new level and offered DeskAlerts managers the option of communicating with recipients using both sound and visuals. As well as harnessing the speed of verbal communication the ability to embed notifications with audio content was an incredibly valuable tool for workplaces employing visually impaired staff. Visual content compatibility was similarly useful and allowed managers to utilize graphics in order to quickly explain complex situations in a matter of seconds. In emergency situations faced by hospitals and healthcare centers these ultra-fast forms of communication could mean the difference between life and death.
Another of 2014’s upgrades is the capacity to send content to non-domain users working from external devices. While DeskAlerts is essentially an internal communications solution the company could not ignore the fact that regardless of sector, many modern day employees operate outside the office. This presents a significant communications hurdle for workplaces wanting to keep all employees in the loop, regardless of physical location. DeskAlerts engineers were able to come up with a solution to the problem. This essentially allows publishers to send notifications to members of the workforce using non-domain devices. The ground-breaking feature gives workplace managers complete flexibility to correspond with their entire employee base from anywhere, at any time.
For users who ran into the bug which rendered the delivery date invisible DeskAlerts is pleased to announce that the glitch has now been smoothed over. Delivery dates are now clearly displayed in the pop-up alert window which ensures managers can keep track of exactly what is sent and at what time.
Not to be forgotten is an ongoing series of up-to-the-minute improvements to the iOS push notifications server. This ensures that even when DeskAlerts is not actively running on devices notification issuers enjoy the complete peace of mind that messages will be delivered. Push notifications compatibility is now compatible with iOS 8 which offers users the ultimate in advanced internal communications. Thanks to the efforts of DeskAlerts software engineers push notifications can also be used without the need for additional setup after initial instalment. Once again this ensures that the DeskAlerts service is fast, efficient and non-disruptive to everyday operations.
Another of DeskAlerts’ unique services is the option of issuing recipients with mobile surveys. For managers wishing to utilize feedback to enhance operations this is an incredibly useful tool. In a matter of seconds managers can create customized surveys, issue them to employees and analyze the results. This feature was significantly enhanced through the use of push notifications which ensure that employees receive survey requests even when the DeskAlerts application is not running.
Tying the myriad of enhancements together is an improved upgrade mechanism which ensures a seamless transition from DeskAlerts version 6.0 to 6.1. Convenience sits at the core of the DeskAlerts concept and the peace of mind that transitions will be 100% seamless is what keeps the company at the forefront of the internal communications pack.
DeskAlerts is a globally used service which fronts the internal communications strategies of businesses and corporations operating in all sectors. Hapag-Lloyd, BP, NHS, Hilton, Siemens and Deloitte are just a handful of the household names currently utilizing the internal communications software.
To find out more about DeskAlerts and the series of updates and upgrades rolled out throughout 2014 visit the website at: http://www.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.