I believe this technology solves a very significant problem for benefits communicators. The Flimp technology and the staff at Flimp Media exceeded our expectations. We definitely plan to use Flimp for our upcoming open enrollment.
Hopkinton, MA (PRWEB) April 13, 2010
Flimp Media Inc., developers of video software for direct sales and marketing, have released from private Beta platform enhancements specifically tailored to meet the needs of HR and employee benefits communicators who are under pressure to reduce print costs and improve communications performance. The new software, dubbed F3, is currently available for license on Flimp’s website.
F3 offers a variety of upgrades from the previous release, including better tools for digital content creation, distribution and compliance tracking, more robust viewer activity reporting capabilities, and the virtual elimination of IT resources and programming needed to create, edit and measure interactive rich media communications and collect employee data and feedback.
“Over the past year we’ve listened to our clients such as Citrix Systems, Willis, and various union member organizations in the benefits communications arena,” said Flimp CEO Wayne Wall, “and we realized that there was a real need for a better benefits education solution that would make it easy to create and distribute rich multimedia messages to employees with tracking and reporting without needing expensive, time consuming programming or IT resources.”
“The new F3 communications platform,” Wall said, “provides HR communicators with better administrative tools for controlling and managing multimedia message content, distribution and reporting for applications such as benefits product education and enrollment, employee training and development and investor relations.”
Flimp has been working with a number of large insurance carriers and intermediaries to develop a comprehensive solution for employee benefits communications and education that would reduce reliance on wasteful print collateral and costly on site educational programs. Results have been very favorable. The School District of Philadelphia, for example, doubled its target open enrollment rate using flimp communications solutions instead of static text and graphics.
“I believe this technology solves a very significant problem for benefits communicators,” said Stephanie Fedoroff, Director of Benefits for the School District of Philadelphia. “The Flimp technology and the staff at Flimp Media exceeded our expectations. We definitely plan to use Flimp for our upcoming open enrollment.”
About Flimp Media, Inc.,
Flimp Media develops on-demand solutions for video marketing, communications and sales that enable non-technical users to quickly create, distribute, track and measure digital marketing collateral, video sales brochures and rich communications without programming or IT resources. Flimp Media also offers clients affordable video production, analytics and web design services. For more information on Flimp Media products and services or to view a portfolio of client examples and case studies, visit http://www.flimp.net.
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