Krispy Kreme signs up to Perkbox

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Perkbox, the European employee experience platform, has signed up Krispy Kreme, the doughnut company and coffeehouse chain.

Since November last year, 1,800 employees of the doughnut maker now have access to Perkbox.

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Krispy Kreme joined Perkbox as an existing customer of messaging app Yapster, with which Perkbox has a channel partnership agreement.

This means the firm’s employees can simply access Perkbox within their Yapster account using single sign-on.

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Sweet message: Doughnut maker signed up via Perkbox messaging partner, Yapster.

From there they can review and use all their Perkbox services. This includes free treats, discounts, wellness, EAP and much more.

Redeeming discounts

This ease of access has received great feedback already, the firm said. Many of the doughnut maker’s employees having logged onto the platform. They’ve redeemed perks such as discounts from brands like Boots and Apple, free Caffe Nero coffees and movies with Rakuten.

The doughnut maker is also launching Perkbox Recognition in the near future, which will enable any recognitions made via the Perkbox platform to automatically be pushed to the company’s Yapster messaging board.

“Delivering a great user experience is a key focus for us at Perkbox”, Deborah Knight, Director of Customer Success at Perkbox said.

“It’s great to see our integration with Yapster achieving just that and making it easier than ever for Krispy Kreme employees to access great perks and benefits.

“We’re looking forward to supporting Krispy Kreme enhance their employee experience offering into 2020 and beyond.” 

Steve Carpenter, HR Director at Krispy Kreme said: “Our people are our priority – testament of this are our efforts to provide a great employee experience.

“The fact employees can simply access the platform via their Yapster account, means it couldn’t be easier either.”