For a new product to have an impact at any company, it has to be sticky. No, we don’t mean literally sticky, we mean that the product will eventually become a part of every employee’s day-to-day and your overall company culture. 

But, how can we make Sift stick? How can we ensure that it is second nature for someone to open Sift when they are looking to connect with someone?  Here are a few suggestions:

  • When a new employee joins the team at your organization what is the on-boarding process like and how can Sift be involved? New employees are some of the biggest users of Sift as they are quickly trying to learn about their new co-workers. It will be important that “filling out your Sift profile” is now a step in your employee on-boarding process. There is no better time to have people fill out Sift than those first few days on the job when they are probably setting up everything else anyway. 
  • Does your organization have an employee handbook? It is highly likely that every employee at your organization has a copy (or access to a copy) of this document. In some cases, this might even be a printed book! Let’s be sure Sift is added into the next version of your employee handbook. 
  • Is there regular technology training at your organization? Maybe you teach new employees how to use their desk phones, a certain software, or how to properly send an email to multiple people. How can Sift fit into this training? We would be happy to discuss the best ways to make this work.
  • We may reach out to you to set up a Quarterly Business Review (QBR) meeting. These meetings will allow us to have a regular check-in and the Client Success team at Sift will be able to provide data insight and suggestions on how you might get more or better use of Sift. If we don’t reach out, but you would like to schedule a meeting, just let us know!

We understand that every organization is unique and has their own culture. This said, we are willing to work with you to ensure that Sift, seamlessly, becomes a part of the culture at your organization. Have ideas? Let's talk! 

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