The news follows the likes of Nestle, Vodafone, GSK, Telefonica, AstraZeneca, Delta Airlines and NAB (National Australia Bank) joining the platform in the past 12 months, adding to its family of some of the largest, and most diverse organisations, in the world.
Workplace has additionally announced that it has more than 150 companies with more than 10 000 users on its platform. According to Facebook, this is a high level of adoption for just over two years the in market. Workplace was officially launched in October 2016 and only began charging customers in October 2017.
"We believe this rapid uptake is because Workplace creates lasting business value, increasing the impact teams can have on their organisation and customers. Team members can work smarter, make better decisions and take decisive action – all empowered by more social communication and information sharing," says the team at Facebook.
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