Employee experience technology company, REFFIND (ASX:RFN), will soon launch a marketplace where businesses can purchase content to use with the company’s app.
In the early stages, the REFFIND marketplace will provide third-party content to customers of the REFFIND Engage app via its first marketplace partner, SACS Consulting. REFFIND Engage enables companies to conduct a check of employees and engage with them on important workplace issues.
REFFIND will also access a number of additional enterprise and SME subscribers via the partnership.
REFFIND said, in a statement, that the partnership will let the company supply a range of survey types to engage customers who can select a survey, deploy it and analyse the results. A cost is associated with each survey used and REFFIND will share in the resulting revenue.
REFFIND co-founder and managing director, Jamie Pride, said the marketplace means businesses will now have access to a total solution spanning both mobile platform delivery and the content to be delivered.
“The instant accessibility of survey content will dramatically improve the Engage product offering for new and existing clients. REFFIND provides a technology platform for employee communications and we expect SACS to be the first of many content providers we partner with,” he said.
REFFIND will begin testing the SACS content on REFFIND Engage imminently with the new offering accessible to clients in early 2016.
The partnership between REFFIND and SACS will also support other potential survey requirements including anonymity for some respondents, ability to handle certain survey types such as leadership, engagement surveys, as well as data export and data visualisation.
SACS managing director, Andrew Marty, said a big advantage for businesses is the cost to do it, in addition to being quick and easy to administer and get feedback on employee engagement and its causes.
“Employee engagement is a key issue for HR departments everywhere and we are excited to offer the innovative and mobile REFFIND product to our clients as they look to improve on this important issue across skilled and unskilled workers in a variety of industries,” Marty added.