How Machine Learning and Push Computing Can Pull Employees In

(JaysonPhotography/Shutterstock) You have a problem: Businesses all over the world are facing a serious issue. Employees are increasingly overworked, disengaged, and bogged down by inefficient processes. A Gallup poll of more than 80,000 workers found that just 31.5% described themselves as being engaged at work. The majority, 51%, say they’re disengaged, and the final 17.5% reported actually being “actively disengaged.” Legacy enterprise software is arguably one of the least engaging aspects of any job. However, many organizations have invested heavily in dated IT systems and will keep investing in their maintenance because those systems keep their business running, and any changes or upgrades would be incredibly costly and time consuming. Unfortunately, a system of record built in the 1980s may harbor valuable insights, but an archaic, unusable interface results in…


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