Partnership aims to target a growing trillion dollar digital transformation market
Nexthink, the leader in digital employee experience (DEX) management announces that it is partnering with Atos in the Middle East.
The global digital transformation market size is expected to reach an approx. total of 7.8 trillion U.S. dollars by 2024 with higher demand for data analytics and enhanced employee experience. To target the growing global digital transformation market – Nexthink has signed a strategic partnership with Atos. Expanding upon its global success of serving 1 million endpoints with Nexthink’s award-winning technology in just two and a half years; Atos plans to accelerate digital transformation for organisations in the Middle East.
“The shut down and shift to remote work has accelerated the need for digital transformation, forcing companies to rethink their approach on how they can transform their existing business processes to drive new levels of customer engagement, employee productivity, and business resiliency,” said Maged Eid, Area VP – META, Nexthink. “Together with Nexthink’s technology and Atos’ expertise, we are uniquely positioned to help organisations transform their businesses. We are confident that Atos will help us expand our reach and better serve our customers in the region.”
Hesham Fayed, VP – Head of Sales Middle East at Atos, said, “Today digital transformation is on top of an organisation’s agenda to improve productivity, scale and reduce costs. Nexthink’s advanced technology allows us to support our clients by delivering data-driven, automated and proactive end user support, enabling them to be more proactive, transform the workplace and achieve their digital transformation initiatives.”
Nexthink technology revolutionizes the digital employee experience, so IT teams can shift from reactive problem solving to proactive experience management. With an employee-centric view across their IT infrastructure, organisations can provide enhanced employee engagement and automated remediation. As a result, they lower IT costs, increase employee productivity and satisfaction, and improve the success of transformation projects.