Building business value with employee experience
Research from MIT’s Center for Information Systems Research (CISR).
It’s not new to say a great customer experience (CX) is a competitive differentiator. So why has it taken us so long to realize the same is true for our employees?
A great employee experience is no longer a luxury, it is a must-have in order to drive sustainable competitive advantage. But it’s about much more than just technology. It’s also about transforming the whole workplace experience (WX). In addition to modern workplace platforms, it encompasses business operations, culture and the employee experience.
“In the past, social media meant that passengers were often better informed of the status of their journey than staff. Now, all RET employees can remain completely up to date — whether on the bus, tram or metro train.”
Customer experience (CX) and employee experience (EX) are two halves of the same virtuous circle. Applying the principles of customer-centricity to your employees will create a more relevant EX. And in turn, this can help boost productivity, cost efficiency, business growth and value creation.
Research from the Center for Information Systems Research (CISR) at MIT Sloan School of Management shows that firms with the best EX achieve business benefits, including*:
The fact is that
Our approach embraces the entire workplace to drive sustainable value. It combines technology, operations, culture and employee experience in a holistic approach focused on cost efficiency, productivity and growth.
And we bring strong workplace technology credentials:
Our end-to-end approach combines strategy, implementation and managed services, augmented by our IP, industry expertise and specialist tools. We’ll help you drive employee adoption of powerful workplace technology from Microsoft, including Office 365, Skype for Business, SharePoint and Azure.
Find out more about how to create employee experiences that make a difference to your business.