DeskAlerts confirmed the planned implementation of a robust new feature

(PRWEB) November 04, 2015

The web and desktop-based corporate communications system, DeskAlerts has today confirmed the planned implementation of a robust new feature. In response to requests from existing clients, DeskAlerts users will soon be able to leverage an advanced approval workflow, adding a further level of security and peace of mind for communications managers.

Anton Vdovin, DeskAlerts Director says this hotly anticipated feature is designed to further meet the changing needs of a growing user base. He commented, “As a corporate communications system, we’re in constant contact with our clients. Our development team is incredibly responsive to suggestions and requests from DeskAlerts users for added functionality or additional choices. Our introduction of advanced approval workflow is just the latest example of how DeskAlerts is responsive and adaptable to user requirements, meaning we are perfectly placed to support organizations large and small at every stage of their internal communication strategies.

“DeskAlerts already gives administrators the ability to limit the access scope of content publishers. This ring fences or limits their access or use of certain functions within the DeskAlerts dashboard. Our new advanced workflow system will add an “approval” role for software users. This introduces an additional intermediary step to the standard content creation and distribution process. With the addition of the advanced approval workflow, content created in the system by users designated as such will have to pass an additional approval stage by someone with greater permission levels such as a line manager before the content is disseminated to the selected end users.”

The planned advanced workflow implementation is just one in a series of recent developments powered by users of the corporate communications system. Earlier this month the DeskAlerts tech team rolled announced that in response to user demand, the latest version of its software would be rolled out with an intensive focus on integrating third party systems. This move was based on client feedback as users called for quicker and easier ways to bring disparate systems and apps closer together for a unified communications strategy. The upgrade means administrators can enjoy detailed documentation and implementation assistance that supports both DeskAlerts notifications, as well as content raised by third party systems.

When coupled with this third party compatibility, the advanced workflow feature empowers internal communication teams with more creative and security control than ever before.

Vdovin added, “The extra level of security that the planned DeskAlerts advanced workflow feature will introduce to our clients workplaces can only enhance internal messaging and communications. It means that all employees, across multiple business units can create alerts and communications across a range of content formats to encourage engagement, with the managerial peace of mind that comes from an approval stage. Users requiring approval will still be able to create their alert and select their desired recipients, placing the message in a queue for approval. The approval option adds a moderation style security net, which is especially useful for important or sensitive communications which will often require sign off from multiple parties before being released.”

To find out more about DeskAlerts and how the corporate communications system will allow clients to designate advanced approval requirements within its messaging system, visit the website at: http://www.alert-software.com

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DeskAlerts is the alert software that works in technologically and geographically diverse networks. It is a completely web-based solution that can be used to send desktop alerts and news updates to any employee within your organization, improving communications and productivity with a more efficient communication strategy than traditional email alone. View the DeskAlerts video to find out more.

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