Are you looking for a platform to distribute all your organization’s internal communications seamlessly?
ALI Conferences & Osmosis Films is pleased to announce the “Enabling internal transformation: Deliver content seamlessly to your employees’ fingertips, and learn from real-time analytics” webinar, associated with our upcoming Internal Communications: Social, Video, Mobile, Intranets + More conference.
WEBINAR: “Enabling internal transformation: Deliver content seamlessly to your employees’ fingertips, and learn from real-time analytics”
Date: November 14, 2019
Time: 2 pm ET
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This webinar will be hosted by James Lawler, Founder & CEO of Osmosis Films.
Internal transformation efforts are often plagued by fragmented and cumbersome systems, delaying and derailing communication and change management strategies. OsmosisOne (www.osmosis.one) is a content distribution platform for internal communication, learning, and engagement. Content is created in moments and instantly distributed to any sub-group of employees via an integration with your HR system. Real-time analytics adds a positive feedback loop to any internal communications effort, allowing you to leverage insights from the front-line to inform future content strategies.
- Employee engagement with internal content can increase understanding and an ownership mindset. Osmosis One makes it very, very easy to create, target, and share information and more extensive learning content.
- Transparent data available instantly. Leverage aggregate and user-level analytics to obtain answers, feedback, and sentiment in moments.
- Engagement worldwide. Internal communications are no longer tied to your desk with a mobile platform that stays with your team, wherever they are.
James Lawler is the founder and CEO of Osmosis, a full-service creative strategy and production company. Osmosis partners with clients to help them tell their stories across video, animation, interactive design, mobile, web and podcasts.
Osmosis has also produced a number of long-form documentaries including The Lottery, about the US public school system and charter school movement, and ESPN’s 30-for-30 Fernando Nation. Osmosis also offers a mobile platform, Osmosis One, for internal communication and learning.
Click here to register for the Internal Communications: Social, Video, Mobile, Intranets + More conference, Nov. 19-21, 2019 in Chicago.