Tyson Foods got hit hard last spring when one of their plants experienced a coronavirus outbreak resulting in 3 employee deaths. To prevent a recurrence of this, Tyson made major investments this fall in protective measures and technologies to safeguard their staff. Part of that safety protocol necessarily means effective and fast employee communications.
- The ability to send out text messages in various languages
- Broadcasting — being able to send out a message to the entire organization across multiple locations
- Data-driven filtering of the text message send-outs, allowing a company the ability to target a specific location or employee type
Is mobile messaging the right communications channel for your business?
A growing number of leading US businesses are turning to SMS text messaging to communicate with their customers (SMS marketing) or their employees (SMS staff communications). And a growing number of these businesses are choosing Mobivity’s Unified Mobile Messaging to do this. Here’s why:
- Mobile phones are ubiquitous worldwide. Nearly every American owns one, and carries it with them everywhere they go.
- The mobile phone’s text messaging app is the most used app on their phone.
- The average American texts 47 times a day, making mobile messaging the right place to display your messages whether to customers or staff.
- Mobile messaging from businesses has a 95 percent open rate, compared to email, which has only a 5 percent open rate.