EveryoneSocial is used by companies across a broad array of industries for employee advocacy, social selling, employee engagement, and recruiting. We currently have users in over 60 countries, sharing content in over 70 languages.
If social is (or you think it should be) a core part your company’s DNA, then EveryoneSocial can be a great fit. Below is a sampling of current customers, each of which links to an in-depth case study.
is like crack!Salesperson Fortune 500 Company
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EveryoneSocial.Social Business Leader Dell
EveryoneSocial is a
critical part of our sales and
marketing stack.Senior Director, Sales Genesys
I love how easy it is to use. The competition doesn't even compare.Social Media Marketing Manager Adobe
Our people use EveryoneSocial in ways we never even thought of.Senior Marketing Manager Tableau
EveryoneSocial is just easy to use. Period.Account Development Manager OpenText
|Industry: Technology & Services||Headquarters: San Bruno, CA|
|Employees: 10,000||Revenue: $1.5B|
Genesys has shown both how social selling should be done and the lift it can drive. The Genesys social selling program has been in place since the beginning of 2015 and is deployed across their global salesforce. In the fall of 2016 Genesys released the findings of an extensive internal review, which we’ve included in this case study. After analyzing their social selling efforts over an 18mo period, they found that their social sellers outperformed their non-social sellers in all the core KPIs including pipeline, win rate, and deal size.download the full case study
|Industry: Technology & Services||Headquarters: Round Rock, TX|
|Employees: 300,000||Revenue: $55B|
Social media has been a core part of Dell’s DNA for many years. Dell was one of the earliest tech enterprises to market with sentiment analysis and social media monitoring technology. In 2011, when the big social networks were still relatively new, media hubs like Business Insider were already calling Dell one of the world’s most social companies. However as time went on and their ambitions grew, it became clear that it needed a structured, centralized program and platform to realize their full social media vision.download the full case study
|Industry: Video Games||Headquarters: San Mateo, CA|
|Employees: 5,500||Revenue: $4.4B|
When Andrew Wilson took the helm as CEO of Electronic Arts in 2013, he set out to focus the organization on three core strategic priorities: putting the player first, focusing on digital transformation in all areas of the business, and working together as one team. With 8,500 employees spread across 30 offices in six different languages, the videogame company was segmented with many different internal cultures that didn’t always collaborate.download the full case study
|Industry: Staffing & Recruiting||Headquarters: Troy, MI|
|Employees: 9,000||Revenue: $5.5B|
Not too long ago, a perfectly polished sheet of paper and well-rehearsed hour of conversation was all you needed to apply and be hired for a new job. How times have changed. Candidates want to work with recruiters who are relatable, professional, and connected. If they’re missing a Linkedin profile picture, or their profile looks lackluster, it’s unlikely that a candidate is going to want to engage. This is why employee advocacy is such an important tool for the staffing and recruiting industry and why Kelly Services is a leader in their market.download the full case study
We wanted to build a program that would touch all parts of the globe, uniting all of our teams across studios and locations.
|Industry: Networking Equipment||Headquarters: Hanover, MD|
|Employees: 5,200||Revenue: $2.2B|
Bo Gowan, Head of Social Marketing at Ciena, a leading networking equipment provider was faced with an interesting challenge: Ciena already had a successful employee advocacy program in place with their employees, but could they do the same with their channel partners? Fortunately, the answer was yes, and Bo’s efforts have had a big impact on Ciena’s channel business. In fact, the program has been so successful that a number of Ciena’s largest channel partners have gone on to launch employee advocacy and social selling programs of their own.download the full case study
|Industry: Financial Software||Headquarters: San Mateo, CA|
|Employees: 700||Revenue: $120M|
56% of younger employees (Gen Y’ers) said they wouldn’t accept a job unless they had access to social media while at work, and one third said they would prefer access to social media over a higher salary. “Instead of fighting employees’ desire to be on social, we’re choosing to embrace it.” said Kira Bernshteyn, Social Media Strategist at Coupa, a newly public software company based in San Francisco. However and as Kira and team soon discovered, realizing the benefits of allowing your employees to use social media professionally requires having the right tools in place.download the full case study
We’ve worked with the best and can help guide you and your team away from pitfalls, share best practices and learnings, and connect you with peers in the industry.
Every one of our clients gets matched with a dedicated member of our client success team. This is the person your team will work with pre-, during, and post-launch. We don’t charge for this and we don’t put any limits on how much you leverage them.
Your dedicated client success person will not only help you get your account up and running, they’ll lead live trainings for your admins and end users. Need refresher trainings, on-boarding new users? Not a problem. You tell us what you need and we’ll make it happen.
Helping your team track the right metrics and adjust based on your business goals are the primary areas where your dedicated client success person will assist. We like to do the quarterly deep-dives in person with a member of our senior management team.
Schedule a demo and a member of our team will walk you through all areas of the platform and discuss your particular needs and goals.request a demo