It's time to clean out the closets and clean up your digital workplace. Much like that one drawer full of odds and ends in your home, your digital workplace may be feeling a tad chaotic. In the name of spring cleaning, we're talking about ways to reduce that digital friction and give your organization a better way to work.
Here's what we've been talking about lately:
What We're Interested in Lately
Here's what caught our eye in the world of employee experience and the digital workplace lately...
From Toby Ward
The most important part of the digital workplace? The people. Toby Ward explores more on people and the intranet.
From Constellation HR
As generative AI hits the mainstream, workplace leaders must consider how this technology will reshape the digital workplace and the ways in which they can leverage technology to achieve meaningful outcomes for the business.
What makes employees happy and how can leaders use this data to support company success? As we move into a new era of work, these experiences will aim to reduce stress and burnout and promote engagement and productivity.
Learn more about three trending technologies for the workplace and take away some practical examples to get started using them.
Reducing Digital Friction with your Digital Workplace Webinar
Join us on Tuesday, May 2, at 12pm EST for a webinar exploring how to create more efficient digital employee experience. Workgrid's Janine Marchi, Director of Marketing, and Igloo Software's Brad Rooke, Senior Customer Advocacy Manager, will explore solutions to reduce digital friction and reimagine the relationships between technology and employees. Register now.
Are you attending reworked CONNECT this May in Austin, Texas? Be sure to stop by our booth for a product tour. Get to know more about Workgrid features including the latest apps & integrations, no-code app builder, chatbot, and more!
App of the Month: Salesforce Opportunity Updates
Keep teams informed on sales opportunities and notify them when a new opportunity has been created or a stage has changed.
The sales opportunity app integrates with Salesforce and can surface dynamic information from the opportunity record such as account name, opportunity amount, and more, right within the notification.
Employees who do not have a Salesforce license are still able to see the notification, making it easier to keep stakeholders updated on the sales pipeline!
For more on Workgrid's out-of-the-box app templates, view all apps.