Stefanini celebrates transformation best practice at the Gartner Digital Workplace Summit
Stefanini is building on its long-running presence at Gartner events as a sponsor for the first time at the Gartner Digital Workplace Summit, which takes place in September in London.
The summit was created to explore how – in the digital business era – organizations must carefully consider how their employees, their greatest asset, work and collaborate.
The summit will cover everything from how to boost engagement to how to encourage innovation and extend it across the business in order to meet the needs of a digitally savvy workforce, boosting productivity and agility.
These represent key areas of interest for Stefanini, where a service culture program is improving employee engagement across the business, while the company’s innovation initiatives are helping harness the creativity of employees across the globe.
Commenting on the importance of the digital workplace, Niclas Grabowski, Director Engagement Services, Stefanini, says: “Technology is totally transforming the way we work, and in IT organizations it’s vitally important to be ahead of the curve. At Stefanini, we’re committed to pairing automation and virtual assistants with human intelligence to provide exceptional service. It’s all about working smarter in the digital era, which is why this Gartner event is so relevant.”
Tania Herrezeel, EMEA Marketing Director at Stefanini, says: “We feel the Gartner Digital Workplace Summit is closely aligned with Stefanini’s ethos and our belief in delivering new levels of service and working smarter and more creatively by engaging our employees across the world and harnessing and rewarding their innovation. We’re proud to sponsor what promises to be a fascinating event showcasing best practice digital workplace transformation.”
The Gartner Digital Workplace Summit takes place at Park Plaza Westminster from 18-19 September. Stefanini has previously been a sponsor Gartner’s Sourcing & Strategic Partnership Summit, where it has hosted sessions with its clients Coca-Cola HBC, Travelport, Philip Morris International and Sulzer.