It's a great idea to incentivise this with the reward scheme, and it works really well with our teams. At first, a few were ‘forgetting’ to reply to the email, but once they saw the benefit in engaging, they were double keen to get involved.
Our business is spread over four buildings in two countries. Breaking Wundamail up into groups was a big help. It cut down our needs for meetings, and brought more focus to our correspondence.
Eleanora Fagan,- Pinnacle Systems
Simply put, life is easier. Fewer meetings, more focussed communication, and nobody falling behind.
Craig McGuigan, Sprint Corporation
Our projects advance much more smoothly because we’re better coordinated, better connected.
Wolfgang Flür - Unum Group
By keeping it simple, with one group email per day, I’m in a better position to know how my team are progressing with projects. That’s important when they’re not office based. I need to know where they’re at with their tasks, and Wundamail just makes that so simple.
Jane Kennedy - PCC Solutions
No more lengthy email threads and long winded conversations. It's a simple “what did you do?” Followed by “I did this”. I just don’t know why we weren’t keeping it this easy before, when I think of all the time we wasted.
Hayley Catherall-Harris - Highwoods Properties
We’re all about communication, but sometimes the content of that communication gets lost, and important points get missed. When I ask how projects are progressing, I get simple answers, and if see any gaps opening up, I can act quicker to close them over.
Emma Palmerston - EP Media
Wundamail’s just so logical. I ask them, they tell me. It couldn’t be any simpler. And they love that it's incentivised. Everybody likes a reward, right?
John Ballam - Whirlpool Corporation
In my business, I’ve centralised Wundamail as our go-to daily communication, I’ve included it in Professional Development, so as well as the rewards, my staff understand its importance as a tool.
Devin McBradley - Scott Trading Company
We use Wundamail to keep track of tasks. That was a job in itself before, the conversations went off in their own direction and the subject disappeared in the fog. This way, we have clarity, because the simplicity of it means we just deal with the facts.
Nick Harris, Viña Sol
This is a great leap forward for us. A real positive move. The teams all communicate better and with more clarity, because of this daily interaction, and projects move forward quicker.
Brad Entiss - Southern Progress