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          Your digital transformation strategy works for everyone ... except your employees. Does that sound familiar?

          Here’s how to make sure truly everyone benefits

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          Promo Digital transformation is pitched as the must-do for all companies, bringing with it benefits, such as a deeper understanding of customers, better return on investment, and even decreased greenhouse emissions. It also aims to deliver benefits for consumers by way of increased responsiveness from the companies they deal with, and a better, more tailored customer experience.

          But while contemplating digital transformation, it can be easy to forget one key group – your own employees. Leaving them out of the process can mean you undermine the benefits for both the company and your customers.

          IDC predicts that 75 per cent of European organisations will be fully digitally transformed by 2029 – and that includes fully embracing digital infrastructure internally. It stands to reason. If you’re banking on transformation to help you engage with your customers digitally, then surely you need to carefully consider how to ensure your own workers are fully engaged too?

          So, where to begin? Well, you can get a head start by downloading this whitepaper on Digital Transformation in a Global Age, courtesy of our friends at Jamf, the people behind the leading Apple enterprise management software.

          It details how companies like yours rate the impact of increased employee engagement through digital transformation on areas like revenue growth, profitability, and customer retention and satisfaction. (Hint: they’re pretty impactful.)

          It also shows how choosing the right technology tools is crucial to getting the digital transformation experience right for employees – a problem that Jamf has been helping organisations with for years.

          The paper also delves into which digital deployments are most popular, why IT/HR help desk automation is so popular, and how the pandemic lockdown and mass home working has affected corporate infrastructure particularly when it comes to security technologies.

          Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, it gives you a playbook for ensuring that your own workplace transformation delivers clear advantages and benefits for everyone, not just the IT department or the finance team.

          Because while you may not be seeing them every day right now, it’s really important to ensure your processes and platforms work for all your employees.

          So, whatever device you’re currently using, why not download the whitepaper right now, and make sure you get your own digital workplace transformation off on the right foot.


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