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Why Branded Employee Apps Are the Future of Workplace Interaction

It's becoming increasingly difficult for professionals to communicate face-to-face, since teams have become so widespread. Even if your business has every employee report to an office every day, you likely find that some or all of them leave the office for client or vendor meetings. This means much of your conversation takes place over email, text, or by phone. But a new type of app is becoming more popular, due in large part to its potential for keeping teams connected.
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