Webinar: Five ways to improve employee experience with Software Asset Management

You’d be hard pressed to find a business that doesn’t rely on IT in some capacity. And as such, employees now expect a certain level of IT service at work. They want evolution, they want innovation, but they also want consistency. A poor digital experience makes for a poor employee experience.

As tech at work does evolve and innovate, it becomes more penetrating in a company’s culture. Employees have no choice but to become more reliant on it, which means there’s more chance of a negative digital experience should anything go wrong. IT teams need to take action and deliver on the promise of the modern digital workplace. But the only way they can do that is if they understand what is and isn’t working for a company in terms of tech – they need employees to communicate when they have an issue.

Service Managers need to easily manage their IT estate, reduce spend on software, and protect themselves against any license compliance or usage issues. To do this, they require a solution that focuses on data pertaining to an employee’s digital experience and their hardware and software usage.

Five ways to improve employee experience with Software Asset Management

In our upcoming webinar, Five ways to improve employee experience with Software Asset Management, we discuss how the partnership between License Dashboard and Nexthink will help organizations tackle IT issues, manage software environments, and cut IT costs all while improving the digital employee experience. We’ll cover the integration of License Manager and Nexthink’s platform and demonstrate how businesses can automatically feed their workforce’s usage data into our SAM platform and use it to better inform SAM processes.

Five ways to improve employee experience with Software Asset Management – 25 March 2020 at 3.00pm (GMT)

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If you can’t make the live session, you can also register to view the webinar recording on demand.

Ben Eagling

Ben Eagling

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