At the recent Digital Workplace Experience 2018 conference, hosted in Chicago by CMSWire and Digital Workplace Group, our valued client Cisco was a runner up for the 2018 Digital Workplace of the Year award. Celebrating organizations and practitioners who have excelled in creating well-executed, high-performing digital workplace environments, this award highlights Cisco’s ongoing transformation and development towards a better way to work.
Cisco’s innovative and bleeding-edge digital workplace showcased their commitment to digital transformation, including their strategy, business cases, governance framework, key features, user engagement and business impact. The judging panel, including digital transformation figureheads such as Paul Miller and Jed Cawthorne, recognized how Cisco’s implementation of Digital Assistant has created a huge impact on employee experience in their workplace; here, Digital Assistant provides a personalized smart assistant for every employee, including features such as enterprise-wide data unification, chatbots for easy access from anywhere, smart device integration and seamless mobile access.
We are thrilled to be a key part of Cisco’s journey to creating an exceptional digital workplace experience for its employees. Our goal is to create a better way to work, and do away with old and outdated workflows, portals and data silos. With Digital Assistant, Cisco employees can access all of their enterprise data and applications – anywhere, at any time, and from any device – and manage workflows, receive real-time notifications, and ask the adenin AI questions and receive intelligent and personalized answers.
The award, presented by the Digital Workplace group in partnership with SMG and CMSWire, has highlighted Cisco’s digital workplace as being outstanding and creating a significant difference to their employee experience, as well as a measurable and significant impact to their business.