(PRWEB) November 10, 2015
Organizations with a clear focus on their internal communications strategy receive a boost this week as DeskAlerts confirms that users of its corporate screensavers tool can now order a customized version of the client. This means that businesses large and small now have a free reign to create their own custom version of the corporate screensaver solution as dictated by the particular needs of their individual users and organization as a while.
DeskAlerts director, Anton Vdovin said, “We have always been firm believers in the power and importance of screensavers to any long term internal communications strategy. The plan to offer a customizable element has long been in the works so we are delighted to be able to officially confirm this latest stage of the DeskAlerts development journey.
“As with the majority of our developments, this option has been driven by user feedback. We know from speaking with clients big and small, all around the world, that there is a heavy emphasis on using screensavers to deliver a lot of actionable content in some workplaces. Some users are satisfied with the default option, which forces the user to close the screensaver with a key press.
“Our client research showed that for other users, the act of having to press a key to close is an extra step which can be irritating for the end user. This segment of users request a separate client that allows them to close DeskAlerts screensavers with a simple mouse movement rather than a key stroke, bringing the user experience closer to that offered by standard Windows behavior.”
In effect, the customized screensaver client hands the client decision making power over the screensaver experience delivered to their network or active directory. Communications managers can customize the elements of the module they feel are not a perfect fit – such as changing the key stroke close to a mouse movement close – to retain total control over their corporate messaging appearance, delivery and user interaction.
The DeskAlerts corporate screensaver tool is already one of the alert software’s most popular and most used modules. It is speedily deployed and is an incredibly effective means of engaging with employees, while obtaining their attention when they are not absorbed with a task.
Users can send PowerPoint presentations as screensavers or use the included DesKAlerts editor to create an entirely custom display which communicated a key message, a reminder, a piece of news or other important notification. Communications managers can use the screensavers to deliver a rich variety of content including images, video, clickable links, scrolling text or PowerPoint slides.
Anton Vdovin added, “Our screensaver solution is incredibly functional and effective, with 100% delivery, scheduling and statistics all offering exceptional communication possibilities. We expect that many clients will be pleased to hear of the customizable option, which will kick internal communications up another gear.”
To find out more about integrating the new customized DeskAlerts screensaver client into an internal communications strategy, visit the website: http://www.alert-software.com. To sign up for a free trial of DeskAlerts software, go to: http://www.alert-software.com/demo/
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.