Social Samosa Platform Feature - Hallwaze Beats

Social Samosa
May 16, 2016 11:12 IST
Social Samosa Platform Feature - Hallwaze Beats

About the Platform.

Hallwaze Beats is an instant messaging app for private and group chat tailored to best suit enterprises. It caters to the working style of millennial workers enabling them to stay connected and work from anywhere, anytime. The app is now added to the Hallwaze Communication Suite for enterprises and is available to Hallwaze users for free.

Hallwaze is positioning itself as the new way to work in the super dynamic businesses. It has both a paid cloud subscription model as well as a free ad-based model of monetization.

Saif Ahmad, a seasoned tech entrepreneur, executive & strategist at Hallwaze is the Founding CEO at Hallwaze Inc. and he dreamt of Hallwaze to solve real-world enterprise communication, cross-pollination and business alignment problems.

His focus is to position Hallwaze as the default work platform that embodies millennials’ work ethics and every enterprise’s requirement for viral responsiveness to their Customers’ needs. He heads the Innovation Labs at Hallwaze where he constantly sweats with his team to make the platform a “state of art” innovation.

Whom do we cater to?

We cater to all sizes of enterprises or teams. We are also keen to extend this platform for free to start ups. Our mission is to bring teams or enterprises on a single communication platform where they converse with colleagues in a more open and spontaneous fashion. We have programmed the platform to gear enterprise communications with high speed.

What do we offer to our consumers?

We offer customers with a single communication platform which is meant to increase transparency in enterprises and bringing everyone in team more close and visible to each other. Giving employees a platform to voice out their opinion, issues and ideas while the leadership gets visibility into the enterprise talent, work related issues and opportunities that can be rightly aligned.

What motivated us to start up?

Founders at Hallwaze had always felt the pain in past of stagnant, closed and inefficient communication that happened through traditional communication tools and hence they thought of developing this social messaging and collaboration platform to bring in more synergy, transparency and responsiveness in work environment. To begin with, the founders of Hallwaze had first starting using this tool within their enterprises to change the work culture which gave birth to completely changed work environment. Employees became more connected, leaders became more empowered and engagement level increased drastically. These were just a few radical changes to mention.

What's in a name?

Hallwaze is derived from the concept of Hallway conversations, which typically relates to open and casual conversations that are light and bring out real context because of the conversational comfort.

Our biggest challenge is

  • Dealing with organizations that have a closed mindset. As compared to the US market where enterprises are keen on leveraging such social platform to bring in transparency and build an open environment; the Indian market has a mixed mindset. The leaders see a value but also fear what unwelcome situations an open culture would surprise them with. In a nutshell, it’s the fear of facing the reality!
  • To overcome this challenge we have creating an advanced adoption team, this team not only is an expert on the product. But also has keen insight on handling behavioral and cultural changes. They would enable the leaders and employees to solicit true value out of this platform to solve their day to day business problems.

We’re making moolah by...

It has both a paid cloud subscription model as well as a free ad-based model of monetization.

Lastly, Are you hiring?

We are keenly looking out for some hungry minds.

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