December 13, 2019

Dynamic Signal Announces Microsoft SharePoint Integration

Dynamic Signal Announces Microsoft SharePoint Integration

Dynamic Signal’s Microsoft Integration Extends the Reach of SharePoint Content to Employees

Dynamic Signal, a leading Employee Communication and Engagement platform, announced the availability of its Microsoft SharePoint integration. This integration extends the benefits of SharePoint and enables targeted content distribution to more employees on more channels through Dynamic Signal.

“Today’s employees expect real-time information and immediate access to the news and tools they need to feel informed and connected at work. We’re excited to deepen our relationship with Microsoft by offering an out-of-the-box integration with Microsoft SharePoint, a leading intranet platform,” said Russ Fradin, CEO & co-founder of Dynamic Signal. “We’re working to improve the employee experience at companies around the world. This integration with SharePoint means that all the important content on a company’s intranet can be pulled seamlessly into the Dynamic Signal platform and easily distributed to the right employees on the channels and devices they prefer.”

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Dynamic Signal is an M12 company, and this integration punctuates the close collaboration with Microsoft while increasing productivity, boosting employee alignment, and saving communication and HR teams hundreds of hours in duplicating communication across all the different channels used in the enterprise. Any information that is put into SharePoint can automatically be added to an organization’s Dynamic Signal platform and easily distributed to any employee on the channels and devices that are most convenient for the way they work.

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“At Microsoft, our primary mission is to deliver comprehensive, best-in-class solutions and services that can be fully integrated into any platform structure,” said Mike Ammerlaan, director, Microsoft Office 365 Ecosystem at Microsoft Corp. “We are pleased that Dynamic Signal is driving more efficiency and empowering employees to stay informed and engaged across channels and across organizations.”

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