The output of the modern workforce has flatlined. Productivity gains from enterprise software are drying up. Technologies that were deemed “disruptive” or “game changing” decades ago have now hit saturation. Today’s workplace must evolve and find new ways to be productive. Can technology provide a lift, again?
Cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), robotic process automation (RPA) and blockchain promise to do just that if exploited wisely. But integrating these new technologies with people and processes is the real challenge for businesses. Herein lies an opportunity for IT departments — by enabling synergies between key workplace elements, IT can help business functions navigate to a new paradigm in productivity, collaboration and visibility.
In this all new Insight IT piece, “Digital Workplace: How Technology Innovation Can Drive a Return to Productivity Growth,” experts from GEP explain how the CIO organization can harness technology innovation to improve productivity at the workplace by identifying three things the IT community should focus on when planning the digital workplace transformation. It also puts forth handy tips on selecting the right procurement software to boost adoption and workforce output.
A must-read for CIOs looking to address the technology needs of individual business units, and catalyze the transformation to a digital future.