Highlighting Three New Employee Experience Summit Sessions

Jun 23, 2020
Marshall Anne Busbee

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Marshall Anne is a Product Line Manager at VMware with over 5 years of experience specializing in mobility and end user productivity.

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Are you suffering from FOMO from VMware’s Employee Experience Summit earlier this year?  Well, fear not!  All the great content we showcased this April is still available for you to view on-demand AND we’ve recently added some great new sessions, just for you!   

Employee Experience Summit On-Demand

We have seen and believe that employee experience (EX) is still critical to keeping your workforce engaged and productive, no matter where they are. It is a part of all the initiatives you might be engaging in – whether that’s new security models to support distributed work, virtual onboarding of devices and employees and more.   

Here’s a quick recap of the new sessions and why you should tune in. Each session runs for approximately 30 minutes. No registration is required, so you are able to listen to or watch these sessions easily from any device.   

1. IBM: Transforming Employee and Customer Experiences with AI

Employee Experience in the age of remote work fundamentally hasn’t changed – great EX is still tied to delivering a great customer experience (CX).  In fact, organizations with employees who are engaged deliver 1.5x better customer experiences.  Delivering unique and great customer experiences is more important than ever in the virtual age. Learn more about EX, CX and the future of work in this session, delivered by our partners at IBM Watson. [Session Link] 


This session is a must-watch for all organizations who are considering deploying AVA (autonomous virtual assistant) as a part of their Intelligent Hub experience for the workforce to provide self-service and automation for critical workflows. See a demo, and learn how to set up here 

2. How HR Can Lead Your Business in the Distributed Work Transformation

Many organizations are in the midst of figuring out how to transition some or all of their employees safely back to work. HR is a key leader of this initiative for many organizations. Jodi Rabinowitz from Zoom sat down with VMware’s own Susan Insley for a great discussion on how HR can lead organizations through this time of change and come out on the other side with a stronger, more engaged and collaborative workforce. [Session Link] 

Interested in learning more about corporate communications with Workspace ONE?  See here for more use cases and demos.   

3. Why IT Experts Aren’t Losing Sleep Over the Dramatic Increase in Remote Work

Curious to learn how IT executives are leveraging VMware technology to bring peace of mind to their remote work and business continuity plans? Hear from two customers, WWT and Pittsburgh Technical College, on how the digital workspace environment they built with Workspace ONE made it easy to support their employees successfully as they moved to more remote work, including tips and tricks for creating the same type of experience in your organization. [Session Link] 

See more customer stories and learn more about Remote Work Technologies that VMware offers here.   

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