10 Feb Key drivers towards an intelligent workplace
We all want a smarter, more productive, efficient and secure workplace. One that increases mobility and collaboration while reducing risk. But how do you get there? That depends on your current stage of digital transformation.
60% of organisations large and small don’t have a comprehensive digital workplace strategy.
Evaluating your current workplace efficiency against five key operational performance drivers enables you to define potential improvement areas and determine the best way forward for establishing a more intelligent workplace. The insights and analytics gained from a full document lifecycle and process workflow assessment are invaluable. Especially given that digital transformation is an ongoing process with no end point. In an era when technology changes by the second, it’s critical to know where you are – whether to establish a baseline for starting out, or for understanding where and how to optimise your journey over time.
5 Key drivers to an intelligent workplace
1. Hidden Costs
With pressure to reduce business costs in general, a workplace assessment can help you identify the hidden costs in your organisation. Most organisations have underutilised technology, paper-intensive processes and unsecured archives. A Workplace Assessment often reveals surprising findings, such as a less-than-optimum IT infrastructure, a higher-than-anticipated environmental impact, unacceptable data security or inefficient work processes.
2. Document Infrastructure Management
The pressures involved with managing multi-vendor environments and multiple supplier contracts are more complex than ever. A full understanding of your existing IT, document and print infrastructure and user behaviours – knowing how your IT investments are being used and who’s accessing what, when and where – is critical.
The insights uncovered can open up opportunities to tighten security, increase automation, meet sustainability and corporate responsibility goals, enhance user experiences or simply monitor your ROI on previous initiatives.
3. System Integration
Most organisations have ever-evolving IT requirements to meet regulatory or changing clients or internal user needs. If you are one of those organisations, you will appreciate the challenges this brings. Especially with the prevalence of distributed teams and offices and a growing mobile workforce. Even if you are a single office, the process of getting work done has moved far from the workplace. Integrating systems and managing data streams across platforms requires careful planning.
4. Strategy and Process
Creating intelligent workplace efficiency may start with connecting, controlling and managing your IT Infrastructure. But it doesn’t end there. It involves automating and streamlining processes to eliminate manual steps and make it easier to work, share and collaborate, and free-up time to focus on higher-value tasks and initiatives.
5. Security and Compliance
81% of security incidents are caused by credential theft. (Source: Verizon 2017 Data Breach Investigation Report) Are you using the most advanced technology to ensure that your systems, documents and data are safe?
Anything less than an end-to-end solution that integrates security and control across your entire print IT infrastructure – including authentication, traceability and auditable workflows – puts your company at risk.
Overall Benefits of Assessment
- Create a clear path for success
- Free up time to focus on your higher-value initiatives
- More efficient work environments
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The information uncovered through our analytics- based approach will help you lay the foundation and create a clear path for a more productive, secure and efficient workplace today and tomorrow.
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