Cargill Case Study

"Over 12,000 non-wired employees have opted into using this Beekeeper and they are now easily connected to information, resources, and communication they didn’t have before.”

Cargill, a leading global food corporation, is responsible for nourishing the world in a safe, responsible, and sustainable way. The company has more than 155,000 employees worldwide. And, within Cargill Protein – North America, the majority of their 28,000 team members work directly on the frontline and speak more than 30 different languages.

Cargill Protein – North America selected Beekeeper as its mobile platform partner to connect non-wired employees, break down language barriers, and enhance operational efficiencies. But, what was intended to be an easy roll-out of the app quickly accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In less than a year, the mobile app was deployed to all 40+ Cargill Protein – North America locations. And, in that same timeframe, Cargill has achieved a 52% activation rate, with some sites reaching as high as 96%.

The team now reaches, connects, and engages with their previously non-wired frontline employees like never before. Learn about the company’s success drivers, tips, and tricks in this case study.

In this case study, you will learn how Cargill used Beekeeper to:

  • Elevate employee engagement and improve internal alignment with frontline workers through inline translations
  • Enable the company to reach all employees during the global health pandemic
  • Transform costly and unnecessary paper-based processes

“We moved to an environment where the data employees needed was at their fingertips when they needed it. And, two individuals in the same plant that couldn’t previously communicate without an interpreter were now able to communicate – and that was amazing.”

Kimberly W. Wolff, Protein Emerging Capabilities BRM, Cargill