Microsoft and Dynamic Signal: Better Together

You’re an internal communicator at a large organization with widely dispersed, first-line workers. You have an important message that must get to every employee about a significant organizational change. That means delivering it on all the channels your people actively use.

Today, Microsoft Teams is becoming one of the most popular channels for employees.

But do you have an easy way to share that message to everyone in Teams – and know how many employees it potentially could have reached in the specific Team or Channel?

You do with Dynamic Signal.

If you want to manage a top-down communications program in Microsoft Teams, our platform is the answer.

Using Dynamic Signal, an internal communicator can aggregate, curate, create content – like that message about the organizational change – and broadcast directly into Microsoft Teams. Also, Dynamic Signal provides the information of how many people this message could reach inside of the Team and Channel. No other collaboration tool provides the data on the potential reach or number of employees that could receive the message.

Dynamic Signal enables communicators to create content once and publish it simultaneously across all channels to reach employees where they prefer. Increasingly, those are Microsoft channels – especially Teams.

Just two years after the launch of Microsoft Teams as part of the Office 365 suite, it recently overtook Slack as the No. 1 internal communication software tool with 13 million daily users. Microsoft Teams has built the best feature set in the class. And with the Skype for Business Online ending in 2021, Microsoft Teams will be even further expanding.

Now, Dynamic Signal is providing a way to make Microsoft Teams a true employee communication solution that reaches the growing number of employees using the channel.

Broadcasting from Dynamic Signal into Microsoft Teams enables communicators to:

  • Reach everyone on Teams with one click
  • Segment messages by Team and Channel and broadcast to them, even if the communicator isn’t in
  • Broadcast at the same time across multiple Teams and other Microsoft channels (Outlook, SharePoint, and Yammer)

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The benefits of using Dynamic Signal with Microsoft Teams reach across the organization.

For IT: Increased adoption and usage of a business resource that you’ve already deployed as part of your Office 365 investment. The installation is easy. Dynamic Signal is in the Microsoft Teams App Store, and we’re an out-of-the-box solution that takes only a few minutes to configure.

For Comms: You’re broadcasting to a vital channel where your employees expect company communication. You’re streamlining the communication process, saving time, and expanding your reachable audience. You also can measure how many people you could reach with a broadcast.

For Employees: You’re connecting with all of your people – including hard-to-reach, remote workers. They’re receiving the information and resources to do their jobs better and feel more invested in the organization. Everyone knows they are valued because the company is communicating directly with them.

For Organizations: More engaged employees result in greater productivity, higher profitability, and greater worker retention, according to Gallup research. Metrics enable organizations to measure and improve communication strategies. Employees also can share approved content with their social networks to amplify brand awareness.

Get more from your Office 365 investment by getting your content on Microsoft Teams – and encourage greater usage by employees – with Dynamic Signal. That’s a better-together story that will benefit your organization and your employees.

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Patrick Hanley

Patrick Hanley is the Director Strategic Alliances of Dynamic Signal and an accomplished Marketing Manager with more than 14 years of B2B experience in the high-tech industry. Prior to joining Dynamic Signal, he held management and marketing roles at Atmel Corporation, Cypress Semiconductor, and several startups. Patrick received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Business Administration from Marquette University. His passions include soccer, golf, and wine.