We’ve created an algorithm that lets you generate the most suitable connections between your employees.
Use the information at your disposal (department, floor, hire date, etc.) to define your campaign parameters and generate relevant and targeted connections.
With RandomCoffee, you get total control over the messages that are sent to your employees.
Incorporate elements from your brand guidelines, personalize your content in accordance with your objectives, choose the time and frequency of the emails, set the level of data privacy: customize the tool to meet your own specific needs.
Our tool comes with a dashboard which allows you to track the effectiveness, evolution, and key figures of your campaigns.
We also ask your users to complete satisfaction surveys and interviews. This feedback lets you optimize future campaigns.
A dedicated account manager accompanies you during every stage of your project to help you reach your goals.
We help you define and quantify your objectives. To meet these goals, we create a roadmap which we regularly update with you.
Together, we'll craft your message in accordance with your corporate identity and your objectives, and we'll help with the launch of your campaigns.
We'll be regularly in touch to measure the impact of your campaigns and identify ways to always improve and optimize them.
RandomCoffee helps you be more efficient & impactful when breaking down silos at your company
Connections created by RandomCoffee are key & widen our internal network. For example I switched job thanks to a RandomCoffee I had internally !
We have decided to expand RandomCoffee to the entire branch since we do not always know our colleagues, even the ones that are at the end of the hall. This helps us all expand our network and create a better environment at work, with barely any effort !
The more digital the workplace becomes, the more real-life interactions become necessary. RandomCoffee is an amazing solution for this.
It was extremely tangible & constructive: we realised we had a lot of common challenges. It was the first time I shared best practices with someone entirely out of my scope of work.