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More Than Connectivity: Success Requires Building Culture to Keep Teams Productive

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Communication has always been a cornerstone of every business, but now in the age of the hybrid workplace, having stable and efficient digital communications and collaboration is now a priority. In fact, a Harvard Business Review study found that employees in the modern workplace now spend around 80 percent of their time on activities that require communication and collaboration with other workers. Enterprises now have to make sure they’re assembling the right combination of digital workplace solutions and communications channels to keep their employees and customers informed, engaged, and connected, wherever they are.

For many modern-day enterprises, they are achieving their desired levels of communications stability and efficiency through the use of digital communications platforms. These platforms offer a range of vital functionality such as voice and video calls, instant messaging, document sharing, conference calling, collaboration and more, all of which employees have access to through an integrated suite of software.

The advantages that these platforms can offer enterprises are bountiful and can make a difference across a variety of sectors, regardless of industry. For example, a digital communications platform can help keep employees motivated and engaged, even when working remotely. Digital tools help to build a sense of community among decentralized teams. It makes people feel more involved and gives everyone in your business a voice; an opportunity to share their thoughts, knowledge, and experience with their colleagues.

On top of this, a communications platform allows a business to expand the recruitment pool in order to find the best person for the job at hand. Digital communication channels allow an enterprise to broaden their horizons. Video conferencing apps and instant messaging platforms provide authentic, real-time communication between colleagues on opposite sides of the world. This lets them access top talent from across the globe.

Overall, communications platform technology is blossoming rapidly, with the market already being valued at $2.71 billion in 2021. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 14.1 percent with estimates putting the 2028 market value at $7.02 billion. This comes as no surprise, with more businesses looking for the right platform that fits their unique needs, in order to build a cohesive and productive team.

Recently, PeopleOne announced it is participating in Future of Work Expo, part of the #TECHSUPERSHOW, one the largest and longest-standing gatherings of top IT decision makers, influencers, and service providers in the world.

PeopleOne is an all-in-one digital solution combining all the elements of a digital workplace. Using Microsoft 365’s SharePoint, PeopleOne empowers all members of an organization to communicate, collaborate and connect better. Eleviant, which established the PeopleOne platform, symbolizes business transformation and parallels the mission to help clients elevate and scale their businesses supporting technological needs at all stages along the way.

“One powerful platform – multiple solutions,” noted Rich Tehrani, TMC’s CEO.  “PeopleOne offers an all-in-one digital solution combining all the elements of a digital workplace under a single roof.  They are a must see at Future of Work Expo.”

PeopleOne will demonstrate its mobile application and cloud-based platform, which serves Human Resources, Corporate Communications and IT teams in empowering their employees.

The PeopleOne platform helps improve productivity and collaboration, with access to tools that help companies reap benefits from the Intranet workplace. Tools such as automated workflows and API based integration to connect with third-party tools and apps across a digital space helps keep collaboration between employees simple, yet full of creativity.

“We are looking forward to speaking at Future of Work Expo and sharing our reflections and thoughts on Employee Experience & Engagement,” said Ritwik Bose, Sr. Director – Digital Strategy at Eleviant. “Digital Workplace is not something new but for sure was accelerated due to the Pandemic, our product PeopleOne was built keeping the ‘Employee’ in mind and how it can help in connecting the dots of Workplace and Engagement Culture. Whether Organizations are using SharePoint on-premises or cloud, PeopleOne becomes that central bridge, across physical and virtual boundaries, giving employees one single platform to engage, connect, collaborate, and communicate.”

Be part of the conversation to understand the Future of Work and how both customer and employee experiences are changing, at Future of Work Expo 2022. The conference focuses on key elements of today's re-imagined workplace, not just for improving productivity, but also providing better experiences, through the intersection of technology and the human element. Future of Work Expo is part of the #TECHSUPERSHOW experience, taking place June 21-24, 2022 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.




Edited by Erik Linask

Future of Work Contributor

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