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Digital Workplace

Optimal design and efficient management of the modern workplace

Today, employees expect their employer to provide a modern digital workplace that is equipped with the latest technology, is available 24/7, and enables them to complete their tasks from anywhere.
Technical and commercial management need to work hand in hand if companies are to benefit from the digital workplace too.

What your employees expect from the digital workplace

The expectations for such a digital workplace are high. Employees expect nothing less than powerful cutting-edge technologies, that are as easy to use as a consumer app, i.e. they must provide an optimal user journey. Naturally, the IT technology and applications used must also be kept up to date and upgraded as required.
The hardware has to be right too. Employees expect reliable, high-quality equipment.

To be able to offer such flexible models, companies need a state-of-the-art working environment: the digital workplace. This allows employees to work more efficiently by giving them access to their processes and data around the clock and from anywhere in the world.

Linking technological and accounting aspects

Delivering digital workplaces, adapting existing processes, and managing individual components (software, server, devices) throughout the lifecycle is complex and ties up a lot of resources.

There are also administrative aspects that need to be considered, such as planning and controlling the costs of devices, technology, software, and connectivity, and ensuring maintenance and support over the entire useful life. How many digital workplaces are there? What do they cost? How can the expense of each asset be monitored and allocated correctly? These are just some of the questions that need to be taken into account.

In practice, IT management and financial management are usually run separately, often with negative consequences: processes along the technology lifecycle lack transparency, the IT, accounts, and procurement departments struggle with a heavy administrative burden, and potential savings remain untapped.

Optimize management of technology investments

Delivering digital workplaces, adapting existing processes, and managing individual components (software, server, devices) throughout the lifecycle is complex and ties up a lot of resources.

There are also administrative aspects that need to be considered, such as planning and controlling the costs of devices, technology, software, and connectivity, and ensuring maintenance and support over the entire useful life. How many digital workplaces are there? What do they cost? How can the expense of each asset be monitored and allocated correctly? These are just some of the questions that need to be taken into account.

When it comes to managing technology investments, huge optimization potential can be unlocked if companies choose a concept that links the technological and administrative spheres.

We at CHG-MERIDIAN are happy to support you in your project. Thanks to our wide-ranging expertise in financing and managing technology investments throughout the IT lifecycle, we offer reliable decision-making support in the development of optimization concepts. In addition to the provision of modern and coordinated hardware and software as well as the optimization of processes, the implementation of a digital work culture is also important to us.

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Lukas Wojoczek

Digital Workplace Sales

David von Thienen

Digital Workplace Sales

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