Making the case
A shrinking economy is causing all organisations to think twice about their investments. In this context, digital workplace stakeholders are coming under pressure to demonstrate that their projects are worthy of funding.
With most CFOs thinking twice about investing in digital employee experience, how can project teams ensure their digital employee experience design – and implementation – delivers productivity gains?
In this webinar AddIn365 will present their method for delivering a meaningful digital workplace business case.
Understanding the market You will hear how the market has measured the impact of an unfit digital workplace and the metrics you can use to ballpark business impact.
Recommending an approach geared towards delivering productivity gains As Finance Directors listen sympathetically to initiatives that drive employee productivity, in this session we will explain how to propose running a project that will deliver a fixed price result and tangible productivity gains– a recession must.
Amplifying a positive business impact Suzy will explain how partnering with the business can add weight to your business case.
Speak with a Microsoft MVP that has delivered hundreds of digital workplace projects This webinar provides the opportunity for attendees to ask questions.
Benefits of attending this webinar
Learn how the market understands the impact of a poor digital workplace.
See how to propose a project that limits risk and delivers productivity gains.
Understand how partnering with the business can help your case.
Hear from a global expert, on what works.
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Meet your hosts
AddIn365 CEO and Microsoft MVP
Amongst the 2 million Microsoft practitioners globally, there are a few hundred awarded MVP status for their elite expertise in Microsoft Viva, Microsoft Teams and SharePoint. AddIn365 is home to three of them. Suzy Dean has been a Microsoft MVP for four years and has been responsible for the delivery of intranets, portals and communications capabilities, into organisations, since 2004.
AddIn365 CTO and Microsoft MVP
Wes leads customer and product strategy at AddIn365.
He has been working with Microsoft 365 since its 2007 release and has led the delivery of the world’s largest Microsoft 365 implementations, for some of the most organisationally complex companies that include WPP, ASMPT, TSB Bank and Atkins.