Workplace Solutions

Consumerization of IT

July 10, 2017 | Post by Justin Mennen | 0 Comments

Employees are bringing consumer expectations of technology into the workplace. Consumers want technology to help them complete transactions and inquiries with maximum efficiency. They expect access to information through a wide array of channels with the ability to start transactions in one channel and then complete them seamlessly in others.

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CompuCom received the highest score in End-User Device and the second-highest scores in Service Desk and Digital Workplace, out of the three Use Cases listed in Gartner's report.

This client is a leader in industrial automation and information. Based in the Midwest, with sales in 80 countries worldwide, its brands are recognized for innovation and excellence. With segments that target motor control and information platforms, the company is committed to making its customers more productive and the world more sustainable.

CompuCom Again Named a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant

February 23, 2017 | Post by Jonathan James | 0 Comments

Being a leader in the IT managed services space means having the capabilities to help transform organizations and empower them to offer digital services that enhance the end-user experience.

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Far More than Just a New Website – How Large Retailers are Taking a Strategic Approach to Retail IT

February 09, 2017 | Post by Jennifer Brooks | 0 Comments

As customer behavior continues to evolve, retailers are starting to make considerable upgrades to their retail IT and their digital shopping experience. But what’s truly interesting is what they are doing behind the scenes to make these new digital strategies possible. 

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The Importance of Retail Technology Services & Project Management

December 20, 2016 | Post by Tom Alvey | 0 Comments

Long before a piece of IT equipment is ordered, retailers need to devise a project management plan that covers each stage of the IT upgrade. There are different factors to consider before, during and after the actual implementation of new technology at the store level.

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