Read the Gartner Report: Satisfy Digital Workers and Improve Employee Experience by Embracing Choice of Workplaces and Tools


In this report, Gartner analysts say, “Digital workers achieve the best productivity when they can choose their own workplaces, devices and applications, but such individuality can be elusive.”  You’ll learn about the key challenges that organizations face as they try to support their talent with technology, including:

  • “IT specialists, business executives and workers must serve on teams that are diverse in how they like to work.”
  • “Employers focus too much on resume, title, role or surface characteristics when trying to determine a worker’s path in its organization.”
  • “Work policies are generally developed as a single default with a few exceptions because investing in detailed exceptions is hard to justify.”

Gartner’s authors also provide their recommendations for dealing with these challenges and, we believe, they make the case that supporting talented workers has never been more important to business outcomes.

Download “Satisfy Digital Workers and Improve Employee Experience by Embracing Choice of Workplaces and Tools” >

Gartner, Satisfy Digital Workers and Improve Employee Experience by Embracing Choice of Workplaces and Tools, 12 May 2020, Whit Andrews, Adam Preset, Josh Bittinger


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How to Work With Service Providers That Focus on the Employee Experience

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For your digital workplace program to succeed, you need to choose your service providers wisely. A service provider with experience in creating the digital workplace will help guide you through each stage of your journey and provide benefits that reduce the implementation cost and ensure best practices are followed.

In this research paper by Gartner¹, we believe you’ll learn about the best practices for selecting and working with a service provider. You’ll gain valuable insight and advice, including:

  • The importance of a service provider who can address business and cultural issues
  • The three phases of a digital workplace transformation project and the role of your service provider in each one
  • Recommendations for working with service providers to address implementation plans, digital workplace roadmaps, and the user experience

The success of your digital workplace program largely depends on your service provider. With the right service provider, you’ll get the intended business outcomes and ROI of your workplace transformation.

Download your copy of “Deliver Digital Workplace Programs With Service Providers That Focus on Employee Experience” >

¹Gartner “Deliver Digital Workplace Programs With Service Providers That Focus on Employee Experience,” Rashmi Choudhary, Craig Roth, 7 January 2020

Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner’s research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, express or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.


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Learn Video Collaboration Strategies at Today’s Gartner Symposium/ITxpo

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This week’s Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Orlando is covering the wide array of challenges facing IT executives and companies in the midst of digital transformation.

We hope you’ll meet with AVI-SPL experts at booth 717 at the Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort to learn about the value that video collaboration and unified communications solutions can bring to your business operations. You’ll see demonstrations of our Symphony management platform, which automates the scheduling, launching, and management of your meetings, and monitors your meeting rooms and devices. And you can meet with a representative from Sonic Foundry, which is handling the video capture of the educational sessions at this week’s Gartner event.

Today from 6 p.m. – 6:20 p.m., AVI-SPL’s Kirk Muffley, vice president of global accounts, will be on the panel for “UX Strategies to Create Value with Video Collaboration.” During this talk, you’ll hear insights from global F100 peers about the UX framework for creating value from your investment in video conferencing and collaboration in the digital workplace. Successful programs have user-centric models to design, deploy, embed, and measure UC and video technology as a business enabler. You’ll also get valuable information from a special client guest who will share lessons learned from their recent global collaboration roll-out and adoption program.

Go to our Gartner ITxpo page to schedule a meeting with us at the show >

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