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Employee engagement software company broadens mandate beyond sustainability amid rapid success

TORONTO, June 4, 2014 /CNW/ - Greengage Mobile, the employee engagement platform for corporate social responsibility programs, transforms to become Nudge Rewards (@NudgeRewards). The transformation reflects the evolution of the platform, which is now empowering employee engagement in community, health and corporate sustainability programs.

"The evolution of our brand now more accurately reflects the breadth of our engagement. We are delighted to report that our software platform has helped a number of organizations dramatically improve employee engagement and drive impact in a variety of programs" notes Lindsey Goodchild, Founder and CEO of Nudge Rewards.

The Nudge platform harnesses the combined power of mobile, rewards, and analytics to empower employee engagement, drive positive behaviour change and deliver measurable business results. 

"We launched the Nudge platform to accelerate engagement in our sustainability initiatives last year." said Jacqueline Emes, community investment manager at Tangerine. "The results were so remarkable that we've decided to roll it out to all of our employees across the country and to include our community and health programs as well."

Since the company's launch in 2011, the growing Nudge Rewards team has been recognized as one of Canada's top emerging technology businesses focused on harnessing mobile technology and tangible rewards to drive positive social change.

For more information, please visit www.nudgerewards.com or follow us on Twitter at @NudgeRewards.

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