A Safe Place to Discuss Board Work With Anyone
OnBoard Messenger is a whole new way to collaborate around board work. Directors, administrators, and executives can simply start a direct conversation or bring in the entire board into the discussion.
Safe as a Vault. Familiar as Your Phone.
With OnBoard Messenger the whole board can connect during and outside of meetings. A secure chat tool built directly into the same same app you already use and trust.
Chat with any OnBoard user, one-on-one.
Chat in Groups
Create group chats for the board, committees, and more.
Hyperlinks takes you directly to anything in OnBoard.
Photos, bio information, and contact details a tap away.
No Second App
Built right into the same app as everything else.
A Conversation That’s Easy to Start
OnBoard Messenger allows the board to quickly start individual or group conversations to discuss sensitive board work. If you’re looking at the financials and need the CFO’s expertise, they’re just one tap away. Bring the entire committee or the whole board into the conversation from the OnBoard app or any web browser.
The Same OnBoard App You Already Use
Unlike other board management solutions, OnBoard Messenger is built right into the apps you already use. That’s because making directors download a second app leads to fragmented usage. With OnBoard, every aspect of your board life-cycle is in once place.
A Completely Secure Place to Talk About Sensitive Board Work
It’s time to stop having board conversations through vulnerable channels like email and SMS. Hackers access those channels every day. Messenger leverages the same security you’ve come to trust from OnBoard. That means your messages can only be read by exactly who you intend.
Collaborate Outside of Meetings, Focus on Strategy During Meetings
With Messenger in-hand, the whole board is equipped to collaborate before they ever arrive. And because so much board work is accomplished before anyone sits down, that surplus time can be directed toward strategic discussions. Toward thinking about the long-term – the regulatory landscape, the next acquisition target, or just finalizing a succession plan.