Ivanti research finds that 49% of employees are frustrated by work provided te­ch

Ivanti research finds that 49% of employees are frustrated by work provided te­ch

Ivanti, the provider of the Ivanti Neurons automation platform that discovers, manages, secures and services IT assets from cloud to edge, has announced the results of its State of the Digital Employee Experience (DEX) study.

Ivanti worked with global Digital Transformation experts and surveyed 10,000 office workers, IT professionals and the C-suite to evaluate the level of prioritization, and adoption of DEX in organizations and how it shapes the daily working experiences for employees.

The report revealed that 49% of employees are frustrated by the tech and tools their organization provides and 64% believe that the way they interact with technology directly impacts morale.

It also highlighted that 26% of employees are considering quitting their jobs because they lack suitable tech; 42% have spent their own money on better tech to work more productively; and 65% believe they would be more productive if they had better technology at their disposal.

“Ensuring positive employee digital experiences is the new cornerstone of modern business IT management,” said Steve Brasen, Research Director with Enterprise Management Associates.

“The improvement of workforce productivity helps attract and retain essential talent, accelerates business agility and competitiveness, reduces operational costs, and drives organizational success and profitability. Understanding DEX requirements is the key to adapting related technologies and practices that will support each organization’s unique environment.”

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