A web-based group ecard maker called Kudoboard is intended to take the role of paper cards in workplaces. For employee birthdays, work anniversaries welcomes, farewells, retirements, or simply to recognize a few employees for their dedication, users can make electronic cards. Kudoboard is utilized by businesses of all sizes, but it is especially useful when users are dispersed throughout different regions. It was launched in 2015 by Aaron Rubens and Kyler Deutmeyer and has its headquarters in Denver, Colorado.
Use Kudoboard’s group cards for business events, shout-outs, and special occasions to show your appreciation at work. Ideal for commemorating employee birthdays, work anniversaries, welcomes, farewells, retirement, and more. The program is simple to use; all one needs to do is establish a board, add text, images, videos, and GIFs, and then invite others to sign. It’s simple to get started: make a Kudoboard, add content (text, images, videos, GIFs, etc.), and then invite other coworkers to add comments and content of their own.
- Automatic emails are sent to colleagues to remind them to contribute before the deadline.
- It can be utilized for business functions, shout-outs, and more.
- A user can build Kudoboard group cards, add content, invite other users to post, and then send the cards to their intended recipients.
- Kudoboard is used by teams of various sizes and is especially useful when some workers work remotely.
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