Are you considering implementing a customer community? Dive into our blog to understand the associated software costs and the pricing models commonly used in the industry. These typically comprise of the software expenses, migration costs (if applicable), and implementation expenses. Along with our tips and key questions to ask the vendors you're working with.
Community platform software at the enterprise level is not a do-it-yourself project. We'll guide you through the implementation of your enterprise community software in five simple steps. From the initial Strategy Workshop to Design, Platform Configuration, Community Management Training, and Project Management, we'll cover it all.
Facilitating digital collaboration and fostering a cohesive work environment is the backbone of a company intranet, offering a centralized platform that not only streamlines operations but also revolutionizes how businesses communicate with their employees. When it comes to implementing a modern intranet, understanding the associated costs can be a perplexing task. Learn all about the user price model, the standard pricing approach for intranets, and how it impacts costs based on employee counts.
Discover the dynamic world of Verint Engage23, a customer engagement conference. With a dedicated focus on the Community Track, our team had the opportunity to delve into the power of Verint Community, an innovative platform tailored to meet enterprise clients' customer experience and engagement needs.
As the world becomes increasingly digital, businesses are realizing the value of online communities for both internal and external purposes. But if you're not familiar with the concept, you might be wondering: what exactly is an online community? Simply put, it's a digital platform where customers, clients, or employees can interact, share knowledge, and collaborate, making it a vital tool for organizations of all sizes.
Slack and Microsoft Teams are popular platforms companies use to streamline internal communication and collaboration. While these tools can be effective for team communication, they're not a substitute for a dedicated community for employees.