Have you heard the news? Last week we announced the next generation of our all-in-one field operations platform: Zipline360. It’s the Zipline you already know (and love) with some next-level upgrades.
Thanks to the hard work of our talent Product team, the Zipline platform now integrates seamlessly with leading systems frontline teams rely upon for human resources, workforce management, content management, employee resource management, learning management and analytics, among others – creating a one-stop-shop for every frontline worker.
There’s a ton to be excited about as we take the next step in our journey to become the enterprise communication platform that all information for any field team or employee feeds into – but for the sake of time, we’ve narrowed it down to three things you need to know about the newest generation of Zipline:
Navigating a dashboard full of data should feel effortless – not like an episode of Hoarders. Zipline’s consumerized look and feel flows seamlessly with your field teams’ day-to-day duties. All of the insights and information they need, with zero clutter and confusion. Trust us: you’ve never seen SaaS quite like this.
Ever wish your teams’ scheduling system/timeclock/LMS/sales dashboard was as easy to use as Zipline? Wish granted! By connecting our best-in-class field execution technology with leading third-party systems, we’ve created the ultimate one-stop-shop for field teams.
Zipline’s adoption is highest in the industry because it actually enables better execution. Our platform gives employees access to information in the context of their individual role, bringing clarity and prioritization to their daily work, no matter how many complex systems they’re accessing.
We’re proud to work with partners like Torrid, who have seen an increase in store execution and employee engagement as a direct result of Zipline. Now, Torrid is planning to use Zipline as the single place for their field teams to go to do all their work, whether it’s training, tasks, analyzing data, reading messages or participating in surveys. “The fact that everyone’s dashboard is customized by role makes it really easy for the team to understand what they need to do to be successful while eliminating a lot of ambiguity and confusion,” says Elizabeth Haynes, Torrid’s Sr. SVP Store Ops, Loss Prevention & Visual Merchandising.
“Our store teams move a mile a minute, so having one place to log into to find information or complete a task is a huge time saver and makes it easier on them to get their work done so they can spend more time with customers or, for managers, supporting their team.”
If you haven’t seen Zipline in a while, it might be time to take another look! Learn more today.
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