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Digital Employee Experience Management: Delivering a friction-free experience
Managing a distributed workforce presents challenges for IT. Apps break, endpoint devices freeze, video calls lag, Wi-Fi quits, people get frustrated. IT teams are struggling to keep up with remote-work demands and are held back by outdated, technology-centric tools designed for a time when everyone worked in one place. DEX management tools ensure a digital employee experience with fewer headaches, lower costs, and higher productivity.
Employers have long dictated where and how people get their jobs done. But today, millions of people demand remote work options because they know they are more productive when they can work where, when, and how they want. For businesses, flexible workstyles lead to more opportunities to attract and keep the best talent from around the world. It is for these reasons that the digital employee experience matters.

Managing a distributed workforce presents challenges for IT. Apps break, endpoint devices freeze, video calls lag, Wi-Fi quits, people get frustrated. IT teams are struggling to keep up with demands and are held back by outdated, technology-centric tools designed for a time when everyone worked in the same place. The work-from-anywhere world requires employee-centric tools that are designed to deliver a friction-free remote work experience.

DEX management tools ensure a digital employee experience with fewer headaches, lower costs, higher productivity, and happier people who have the freedom and ability to be their best at work and in life. DEX is now a business imperative that is purpose-driven to fulfill the needs of employees, while also giving the business the tools they need to attract and retain top talent.
Unmasking the Top 5 End-User Computing (EUC) Challenges
The work-from-anywhere world is upon us. To support the distributed workforce, organizations have deployed virtual applications and desktops, but still struggle to make the digital employee experience as good or better than the office experience. ControlUp surveyed over 450 end-user computing administrators and asked them about their most challenging problems in supporting remote work.
Today, millions of people across the globe are now working remotely. Though COVID-19 will soon be but a memory, this “work-from-anywhere” trend is here to stay. To support the distributed workforce, organizations have deployed virtual applications and desktops, but still struggle to make the employee experience as good or better than their experience in the office.

ControlUp surveyed over 450 end-user computing administrators and asked them about their most challenging problems in supporting remote work. From slow logons, application performance issues, network latency, unified communications issues, to slow sessions, this paper explains the top five survey findings and explores the ways ControlUp helps mitigate these problems.
The Total Economic Impact of ControlUp
ControlUp commissioned Forrester to conduct a Total Economic Impact (TEI) study to examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying the ControlUp digital employee experience (DEX) management platform.
The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential economic impact of ControlUp on their organizations. To better understand the benefits, costs, and risks associated with this investment, Forrester interviewed an organization with experience using ControlUp. Forrester used this experience to project a three-year financial analysis.

The customer did a brief proof of concept with ControlUp. Not only did the customer identify issues while using ControlUp that it hadn’t identified with its previous solution, it learned the benefit of utilizing a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution that could be quickly installed and used. Learn how a ControlUp customer achieved benefits of more than $3.4 million to:
  • Optimize resources across their EUC environment
  • Save on labor costs for Help Desk and EUC Administrators
  • Eliminate software licensing and services