At long last, enterprise-scale companies are returning to the office. 90% of organizations said they will require teams to work from the office for at least part of the week in 2023, with a fifth of those companies planning to require full-time office attendance.
As workers assimilate to these new routines, organizations need to find ways to elevate the employee experience. Whether companies are remote, hybrid or in the office full time, it’s critical for organizations to manage their employees’ experience digitally.
The first step in improving the digital employee experience is investing in a digital experience platform (DXP). Gartner defines DXP as an integrated set of core technologies that support the composition, management, delivery and optimization of contextualized digital experiences. Essentially, a DXP powers digital interactions between an organization’s stakeholder groups.
As a digital employee experience platform provider, DoZen plays an active role in facilitating high-quality DXP for enterprise employees. We’ve partnered with large global enterprises like Sitecore and Raytheon to enable core DXP capabilities that connect teammates across business units and continents.
What belongs in a DXP for enterprise employees?
- - Personalized Intranet
- - Composable CMS
- - Communities
- - Omnichannel engagement
- - Extensive Integrations
- - Native Mobile App
- - Advanced analytics
- - Self-Service
DoZen’s functionality has helped organizations maintain effective communication in hybrid and remote environments and evolve their digital employee experiences to attract and retain top talent. We’ve connected thousands of employees and boosted engagement by over 200% for our clients.
But it’s not enough to merely participate in the DXP conversation. Early in the pandemic, McKinsey found that companies worldwide accelerated their digital transformations by an average of seven years over the course of just a few months. In a period of such rapid digital evolution, DoZen works hard to stay ahead. To that end, we’ve assembled our most salient insights on the future of DXP. One prediction we’re sure of: In one, five, or ten years, digital employee experience will look unlike anything you’ve seen before.