Mar 31, 2021

WorkJam Named Winner at the Innovation Awards for Workplace Technology

WorkJam has been named a winner at the inaugural Innovation Awards for Workplace Technology. The award recognizes products and services that help business leaders adapt to modern workplace needs. Each entrant was evaluated on uniqueness in the market, ability to solve a problem, and suitability for use.

WorkJam was selected as a winner in the Productivity & Communications Solution category.

WorkJam was selected due to its unique position as the only mobile platform able to deliver in a single app: real-time communications, task management, learning management, shift management, and operations planning with analytics reporting. Our platform streamlines operations to drive a consistent customer experience while improving the employee experience — delivering the promise of true Workforce Orchestration.

The award points to 3rd party findings: Forrester’s recent ROI study that determined WorkJam’s Digital Workplace delivers on average 410% ROI per customer.

You can view the Awards Program Guide here, which includes more product information about all the winners and nominees.

To learn more about how WorkJam customers are taking advantage of the WorkJam Digital Workplace today, book a consultation to receive a demo:


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