Lexmark selected Unily to unite its global workforce of approximately 9,000 employees. Through improved internal communications features and mobile support, employees will now have a more seamless and engaging experience, with access to company-wide content, social sharing tools and corporate information. Unily's platform, delivered on both desktop and mobile devices, will support Lexmark's consolidation of Microsoft Office 365 applications, and facilitate a more social, engaging, and digitally-empowered experience for employees across the organization.
Unily's new platform will now be integrated into Lexmark's key organizational applications including Microsoft Office 365 applications and other collaboration tools such as Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, Yammer and Delve- all served through the company's new interface. Additionally, Unily's platform will aim to encourage internal social networking and further knowledge sharing throughout the organization.
Unily has worked with customers from all verticals to develop unique digital experiences that transform communication, collaboration, engagement and productivity. Every project we take on is another opportunity to demonstrate both the power and agility of our platform.
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