There’s a new kid (social business platform) in town called QUEsocial which offers in their words “a social business tool that extends beyond marketing and outside the firewall” to help companies gauge their social chatter against business performance.
QŪEsocial provides a single platform that teaches employees how to use social media in their jobs, delivers “relevant and sharable content literally to their fingertips,” and utilizes a gaming engine to encourage adoption and performance. The platform currently supports Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, and other social media services are expected to be added within months.
We’ve heard the word “Gamification” floating around for awhile now, which is basically the use of game-like techniques to stimulate employee adoption, motivate workers and consumers, and reward desired behaviors. QŪEsocial’s game engine is designed to guide employees from social media basics through conversion, which QŪEsocial defines as not only a sale, but also a new employee hire, the resolution of a customer issue or the innovation of a product.
QUEsocial gaming engine
Over 170 game-like challenges and 120 social activities are focused on stimulating social activity and sharing by employees, with more than 50 metrics and a leaderboard for measuring and highlighting individual and departmental successes in meeting goals.
Who they’re after
The target companies are large, distributed work forces and small-and-medium-sized businesses, both of which, the company said, are looking for ways to efficiently deliver branded content and training. The SaaS platform is designed for use with a company’s existing CRM, learning management systems and other tools, and includes open APIs.
In other news……..
On-demand learning modules within this fantastic platform offer training, company policies and best practices when the need arises. The e-learning content is focused on sales, recruiting, customer service and product development, as well as on training targeted at regulated industries, such as financial services and health care.
Sounds like a great HR tool. Check it out! I’m sure you’ll find them at the upcoming HR Tech Conference here in Chicago.
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