Did you know that investing in the right technology can lead to a better employee experience (EX)? Did you know that a high employee experience rate boosts revenue? A recent study by Forrester and Lenovo show us why choosing the right devices is so critical to EX and to your bottom line.
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The employee experience (EX) is based on three key points including empowerment, inspiration and enablement. Most employers focus on the first two points and neglect enablement leaving their employees with outdated or slow devices that impact their quality of work, inhibits productivity and increases the rate of distraction. Hence, here are three reasons how technology can help you create a positive employee experience:
A recent study by Forrester found that Windows 10 enables productivity and efficiency while decreasing the cost to deploy and maintain the software. Some highlights include:
The amount of time wasted due to distractions caused by outdated software and devices averages to approximately two hours a day. Meaning, your employees are losing a full day of work during the work week due to distractions. Troubleshooting issues caused by outdated software, system crashes and long load times can make your team feel unfocused and unmotivated, causing the production of work to suffer.
Investing in a smarter, more powerful device like the Lenovo ThinkPad powered by Intel can increase your organizations efficiency and productivity.
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