Exclusive Webinar | Remote Work & IT

02. April
Remote Working – Putting the Employee First
Time: 9am EDT | 3pm CET
Duration: 45 minutes 
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With remote employees on the rise and now dependent on their digital devices and services, ensuring a great Digital Employee Experience for remote workers has never been more critical.

Join us for our latest webinar where we will explore how IT teams can monitor and manage the DEX of their rapidly increasing remote workforces and ensure an office-like experience, independent of their work location.

In this webinar, we'll cover:
  • The impact of remote working on employee experience
  • The key requirements for driving IT health, employee engagement & remote productivity
  • How different enterprises are rapidly scaling their remote workforces
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Richard Matthews, Nexthink 
Richard leads Nexthink’s Solution Consulting team in North America. Richard has extensive experience leading software presales teams to deliver solutions in complex and challenging market environments, and has held senior solution consulting positions in companies such as Everbridge, BMC Software and Dell. 

David Gressle, Nexthink 
David combines a deep understanding of professional services sales and delivery with a passion for improving the employee experience, and helping customers rapidly realize value from the Nexthink platform. Prior to Nexthink, David held global delivery positions in companies such as ServiceNow, EMC Corporation and BMC Software. 
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