The world of workforce management is experiencing exciting changes. WFM vendors are beginning to re-platform, consumers are prioritizing innovation, and employees everywhere are expecting new consumer-grade apps to support their day-to-day work operations. Last week we discussed the wave of digital disruption by diving into the necessity of moving into the cloud. The next disruption to watch out for is the continual rise in importance of enhancing employee experience.Read More
The Improvizations team just returned from the Gartner Tech Conference in San Diego, California. Gartner is is the world's leading research and advisory company. The conference focused on the current state of digital disruption and highlighted the massive changes coming to the tech and software marketplace in the near future. The world of workforce management will experience some very exciting changes as vendors begin to re-platform, consumers prioritize innovation, and employees everywhere expect new consumer-grade apps to support their day-to-day work operations. Over the next couple weeks, we are going to dive into some of the major disruptions that are predicted to shift the world of Workforce Management. The first disruption we will tackle is the major migration to the cloud.Read More
The growing dominance of the cloud is undeniable. In a recent report, Forrester estimated that the total global cloud market will grow to be $178B in 2018, up from $146B in 2017, and will continue to grow at a 22% compound annual growth rate (CAGR). In fact, more than 50% of global enterprises depend on a cloud platform.Read More
Software projects are challenging. A recent study by Oxford University revealed that 74% of software projects are challenged or unsuccessful. Similarly, a study by Mercer Consulting found that 80% of software projects cost more then they return. With these types of statistics floating around, it is easy to understand why organizations get uneasy when the time comes to implement or upgrade their WFM software.Read More
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