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Best Practices to Improve End User Experience Management

Businesses need best practices and implementation strategies to improve the end-user experience for their employees. By combining synthetics and real user monitoring, IT can deliver a seamless Microsoft 365 and SaaS application experience. As work anywhere becomes a dominant reality, employee productivity and technology empowerment will be critical goals to measure. Ultimately, business leaders will need to determine key processes and workflows that need effective monitoring. Dedicating specific staff resources to digital workplace experience will impact end-user productivity.

Evolution of End User Experience Management

End-User Experience Management (EUEM) is evolving post-Covid-19. Businesses are now moving towards phase 4 of the Covid-19 timeline. This includes understanding remote worker behavior and preparing for the new normal. Technology and IT leaders are increasingly using data to measure the employee experience. According to Forrester, 64% of technology leaders will invest in data and analytics technology to improve remote worker experience. Employees will adopt a hybrid work approach and businesses will want to employ broader employee engagement analysis and understand why a problem is happening at remote locations. Engagement and productivity insights will be delivered via synthetic and real user monitoring for Microsoft 365, Office 365, Teams, and SaaS applications.