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The Digital Workplace: Transforming Your Business

Understand the underlying trends that are pushing the workplace evolution

How are your peers embracing digital transformation in the workplace?

The Digital Workplace Report provides key findings on how organisations are evolving from a traditional office environment to a digital workplace.

In our Digital Workplace Report, find out:

Why 40% of organisations have employees working from home.

How far behind you are in drawing up a comprehensive digital strategy

Why two thirds of organisations are leveraging trusted partners to implement workplace technology

Why 25% of organisations are investing, right now, in workspace analytics tools, augmented reality tools, and micro-learning/training

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Digitalisation has changed how employees in your organisation collaborate with each other, support partners, interact with customers, streamline processes, and otherwise build a more effective, more efficient business. Enterprises need a digital workplace strategy to remain competitive and relevant in the current digital climate. Join our experts as we explore these and other challenges the Digital Workplace Report has uncovered, supported by real-life examples, in a live webinar on 26th July 2017.

Presenters

Evan  Kirchheimer: Research director, Enterprise Services, Ovum
Alex Bennett: Group Director: Digital Workplace, End-user Computing
Robert Allman: Group SVP, Customer Experience (CX) and Collaboration

Regionally specific insights on strategy, technology, and services

To assess how organisations are approaching digital workplace transformation, we surveyed 850 business and IT leaders who are driving technology and organisational changes within their companies. They are from organisations with 1,000 or more employees and represent a wide range of industries. To gain a global perspective we interviewed individuals whose companies are based in several countries around the world. Five regional reports support these findings:

Download the Asia Pacific report

Download the Australian report

Download the South African report

Download the USA report

Download the European report

Download the Global report and infographic

South Africa