Blink support for front line workers.

At embracent we are super-excited to announce our partnership with the #1 employee app, created especially for frontline works – Blink.  

Blink is the #1 employee app, created for frontline workers, who may have no company email address but have just the same need to be engaged and enabled as their desk-based colleagues.

Blink combines workplace messaging with access to rotas, policy, and training documents, e-payslips and holiday booking forms.  Its everything your employees need in one super app on their personal device.

Together with Blink we are working hard to help those businesses that provide essential services to be more effective – embracing new technology to work smarter, whilst also reducing cost and increasing employee engagement.

For example, transport businesses employ a large percentage of desk-less workers and drivers, spread across multiple locations.  Getting important information out to the frontline is, therefore, often challenging and creating a workplace community can be a struggle.  

By using Blink it is possible to empower these frontline workers to be more effective, to give them important and valuable information in the palm of their hands, and to drive a wider digital transformation agenda.

“We are really excited to work with embracent.  Their desire to help frontline businesses embrace new technology in order to become more effective makes them an ideal partner.  Together, we believe that we can supercharge engagement and productivity and watch workplace happiness soar”.

Sean Nolan, Blink CEO

“We are super-pleased to partner with Blink.  This enables us to deliver excellent technology solutions to frontline workers – helping them to embrace new technology in simple and effective ways; to reduce costs and improve employee engagement.”

Mark Lockton-Goddard, embracent CEO

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By making better, well balanced technology decisions, we can help build businesses that are fit for the future.

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