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Published By: MuleSoft     Published Date: Jan 16, 2018
Every company today is a software company and, as a result, business and technology strategies ought to be very intertwined. But often, those strategies aren’t in alignment, leading to challenges in information technology. And in today’s hyper-competitive business environment, that can be disastrous. Companies have to ask themselves: How can we tackle challenges of information technology? Are we doing IT wrong? Today’s CIOs are the key players who enable organizations to respond to the disruptive forces and information technology challenges impacting all industries — mobile, IoT, and SaaS among others. In order to increase speed and agility there must be a strong partnership between IT and the rest of the business. Read this e-book to learn: Why we have been doing IT wrong, and how putting culture first and technology second, valuing reuse, and leveraging KPIs can push CIOs to the right direction. How IT teams can address their delivery gap and increase project delivery speed by ado
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Published By: 8x8 Inc.     Published Date: Feb 17, 2017
This Frost & Sullivan paper will outline the difficult challenges faced by all businesses—in a variety of industries and sizes—in creating an exceptional customer experience; discuss the value of a contact center that also supports all channels of choice, disaster recovery, data analytics, and leveraging back-office workers; stress the need for cultural change throughout the organization to truly meet today’s customers’ expectations; and offer best practices recommendations for taking the lead in creating a customer journey that engenders loyalty, delivers total satisfaction, and drives revenues.
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frost & sullivan, contact center, customer engagement, cloud, culture gap, scalability, omnichannel, digital tranformation, customer experience
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 30, 2013
The Smarter Workforce Accelerator uses a structured model that helps you understand your current capabilities and those that you need to develop to achieve your Smarter Workforce objectives. The assessment focuses on your current environment and capabilities such as scouting talent, recruiting talent, leadership development, and your work culture and methods. Each capability is assessed using an objective framework that defines the characteristics of an organization at each level. This approach helps you understand: • Your current and desired capability levels • Your organization’s relative maturity compared with the competition and leading practice • Business opportunities and priorities resulting from the capability gaps
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ibm, ibm smarter workforce accelerator, workforce management, social business, technology, smarter workforce, recruiting, staffing, training, development
    
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