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Branded mobile apps that help companies align and engage employees for better business value.
Emplify is the world’s leading mobile-first employee engagement solution, providing companies with a better way to engage their employees through an internal app that matches the organization’s brand. Featured in Forbes and other major publications, Emplify helps customers, including the NFL Trust, Medxcel Facilities Management, Molly Maid, R.T. Moore, Which Wich, and other top employers, engage their employees through an easily accessible mobile app solution. With more than 600 branded mobile apps across the Apple and Android app stores, Emplify’s secure platform (powered by Bluebridge) has hosted more than 15 million app sessions and six million push notifications to hundreds of thousands of app users across organizations of all sizes.
Based in Fishers, IN with a rapidly-growing team of 50 employees, Emplify strives to be an employer of choice for people-focused, mobile-savvy professionals. Our team has won and been nominated for awards from Techpoint Mira (2013 winner), Indiana Companies to Watch (2014), Techpoint’s “Tech 25,” Indianapolis Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40,” and many more. Emplify’s innovative solution and unique culture position it for continued growth and success as mobile becomes more and more a part of employees’ daily lives. To learn how Emplify helps companies achieve unprecedented business results, visit emplify.com.
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