We have Yammer, but no one really uses it.
Co-founder - Rocksbox
Yammer’s onboarding process was very easy.
Founder & CEO - Publicize
A few folks love it, but generally no one uses it.
Founder - ExecCoach.Me
We were pretty heavy users of Yammer for internal social networking across the company. As we've gotten bigger, it's become more of a social media/fun/culture-building tool, as opposed to a productivity tool, and fewer people use it now.
Co-founder & CEO - Ampush
Part of the Microsoft Office 365 suite, Yammer is an internal communication tool that works like a private social network for your company, allowing employees to form groups, create posts, hold group chats, upload and share files from their desktop, phone or tablet. Intended primarily as a collaboration tool, many in the Stacklist community claim that Yammer has not helped them boost productivity, but rather has become more of a social component of their company. For them, Yammer’s value lies in strengthening employee relationships and building a culture and sense of community.
Yammer’s feature set is useful to companies of all sizes, but it’s found most frequently among small and midsize groups with employees spread across multiple locations.
Yammer has two basic pricing plans: The basic version is free, while the enterprise version runs $3/user/month. Because Yammer is a part of the Microsoft toolkit, it is also woven into many of the basic Microsoft Office packages, such as Office 365 Business Essentials, which costs $5/user/month and the Office 365 Business Premium package at $12.50/user/month.
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