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Why schedule a demo?

A demo of the Whistle platform is a quick, easy and free way to learn about the Whistle technology and see what an app specifically designed to improve employee loyalty can do for you and your company.

How to schedule a demo

Just select a convenient date and time from the form to the right and we will do the rest.  You will receive an email with the calendar invitation for the date and time you selected.

You always have the option to create an account and start testing out the Whistle platform on your own.

What happens after I schedule a demo?

Once you schedule a demo, you will receive an email confirmation that includes a link to the video chat on the date and time you requested. You can always change the time and date of your demo if something comes up, and you are welcome to invite others to join the call.  A typical first demo takes about 15 to 30 minutes.

What is reviewed in a demo?

A typical demo of the platform will start with a general orientation of the platform explaining the basic layout and functionality of the Whistle platform.

Depending on your area of interest (employee loyalty programs, employee training, payment processing, etc…) we will focus the demo on a use case that helps demonstrate the experience for both the participant and the administrator.

The demo is a great way to understand the difference between a platform designed specifically for employee loyalty and other platforms that have similar features, but will not produce the same results (like improving employee retention and productivity).

Additional Questions?

Feel free to send us an email at any time or give us a call at (855) 264-3329 with any questions about how to schedule a demo or any questions about Whistle.  We look forward to hearing from you!

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