Report highlights end user computing changes

69% of ITDMs agree that the growth in remote work has made their jobs harder and more complex.

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Nexthink has published the results from its new State of The DEX Industry Report. The report found that 69% of IT decision makers (ITDMS) agree that the growth in remote work has made their jobs harder and more complex. What makes this finding even more troubling is that today, employees are even less likely to report the technology issues they are experiencing (44%) than they were four years ago (55%).

With respondents averaging at least one IT problem per week and with the average time to fix an IT problem being up to 27 minutes – it is clear that there is an industry-wide problem that needs to be addressed.

“Employees today are almost completely reliant on technology to do their jobs, so their digital experiences should be a priority for every organization,” said Yassine Zaied, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer at Nexthink. “We’ve had four years to adopt solutions to make digital work seamless, to educate employees on how to get the most out of the technology available and to put Digital Employee Experience at the forefront of business. These findings highlight areas for growth across the industry that need to be addressed now before an organization starts to fall behind.”

The good news is DEX has grown in importance since the pandemic with 90% of IT decision makers stating that a good DEX strategy is important to their work. However, only 24% of office workers feel completely satisfied with their DEX strategy.

Technology problems don’t just impact individual employees, they have a big impact on the organization as a whole, as other key findings highlight:

IT teams spend close to half their time each week (45%) fixing recurring problems.

Nearly the same amount (43%) putting devices back into a desired state.

69% of ITDMs view a poor tech experience as a contributing factor to a negative employee experience, directly citing its impact on work quality, morale, customer relations, and the IT department’s reputation.

73% of ITDMs agree that when IT issues are not reported to the IT department it always leads to bigger issues across the organization.

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