It is important to communicate your corporate culture, vision, mission and goals with all staff. However, with several branch locations, it is difficult to ensure all staff are getting the same message. Blogging on your Financial Intranet is a great way to communicate your bank, credit union or other financial institutions messaging to a large audience in one central location. Have a weekly blog from the Branch Manager, or open blogging up to all staff.
Blogging is also a great resource for collaboration among teams on projects, or as a communication tool for departments, such as your Financial Advisers or Bank Tellers. Blogging comes with a number of security tools to ensure all information shared through Blogging is seen by only those authorized to see it. Discover how your financial organization utilize Blogging by requesting a FREE guided tour through our Financial Intranet software.
With multiple branches, having a blog from the CEO, or other executive, is a great way to ensure all staff are on the same page. Whether it be regular staff, seasonal staff or part-time staff, executive blogging promotes inspiration among staff, and helps give your financial organization a human face. Simply adding a “Message from the CEO” blog to your finance intranet will improve employee engagement, streamline communication and enhance your financial institutions image.
Add one-way communication with executive blogging.
Encourage collaboration between team members, or on a project, through blogging on your Finance Intranet. Due to the secure information kept on your Financial Intranet, you can create a blog visible only to specific project team members or departments, such as Bank Tellers. Enable comments so team members can openly collaborate and communicate on each blog post. You can set up an approval process so one person can be in charge of monitoring posts to ensure they meet branch guidelines.
Personalize Your Blogs
Although the Blogging application is pre-built into your Financial Intranet, you have the ability to personalize it to match your financial institutions needs. You can customize the design settings, enable archiving & clean-up, disable blog post approvals and more.
Personalize your blog with customization options.