Succeed with Workspace Analytics for IT

N/A | May 29, 2019

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Workspace analytics is a framework for making high-level IT decisions that provides meaningful insights into business productivity by analyzing end users, the business processes that encompass their jobs, and the technologies they use to get work done.

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Bigtincan (ASX:BTH) helps sales and service teams increase win rates and customer satisfaction. The company’s mobile, AI-powered sales enablement automation platform features the industry’s premier user experience that empowers reps to more effectively engage with customers and prospects and encourages team-wide adoption. In addition to seven of the Fortune 10 companies, leading brands including AT&T, ThermoFisher, Merck, ANZ Bank and others rely on Bigtincan to enhance sales productivity at every customer interaction. With global sales and marketing headquartered in Boston, Bigtincan also has offices across EMEA, Australia and Asia. To discover more about how your organization can benefit from the Bigtincan Hub platform.

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