Digital Workplace: The Gateway to Hybrid Workforce
The number of specialists choosing to work remotely in 2022 has increased 24% since 2021. And those choosing hybrid work went up 16%. Interest in in-office work, however, dropped by 24%. To operate productively, businesses need to address these evolutionary changes in their digital transformation.
The companies themselves can significantly benefit from adopting the digital workplace infrastructure by:
- Staying highly productive whether the specialists work remotely, in the office, or mix both.
- Reducing operational costs with automation, eliminating redundant workflows, and increasing the personal and team outputs of employees.
- Increasing revenue by speeding time-to-market for products and services by operating agile, empowered, and motivated teams.
- Improving security by adopting granular permission access and adjustable security controls.
- Elevating customer experience by adopting more effective workflows and communication tools.
- Amplifying employee engagement by addressing their day-to-day needs for anytime-anywhere access to corporate tools and data, effective collaboration, and streamlined communication.
Our free ebook, 'Digital Workplace: The Gateway to Hybrid Workforce' explains the key principles and steps for designing a digital environment for effective hybrid work.
Here we share only practical findings from our real projects. Download this free guide to discover:
- The use cases for digital workplace adoption: 6 signs it's the right time to rethink your work environment.
- How to assemble the digital workplace toolkit with Microsoft: ultimate performance at reasonable effort and pricing.
- A step-by-step guide to transforming disparate business systems into a consolidated cloud-based hub for hybrid work.
With this guide, you will be ready to design your own digital workplace ecosystem.