LONDON–1E, innovators in endpoint management, today announced Unified eXperience Management (UXM), a new category that seeks to address the siloed approach inherent in tools in the Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) space.
Due to the relative immaturity of the Digital Experience Management category, most tooling is focused on identifying and reporting on the scale of the problem, scoring, and issue identification. These tools create analytics silos that give insight, but are uncoupled from the automation technology that can actually improve end-user experience at an enterprise scale. Meanwhile, employees are becoming increasingly more frustrated, with 56% feeling dissatisfied with their IT experience. Organizations looking to improve the digital experience of all their employees need to move beyond analytics and embrace automation to resolve these issues.
Furthermore, this siloed approach of today’s DEM solutions neglects the substantial investment most large organizations have made into platforms like ServiceNow and Microsoft. The industry needs a solution that can leverage these investments to be part of the solution rather than ignore them.
“They want less frustrating experiences, they want fewer disruptions. For this, IT needs to take a step beyond analytics that identifies issues, to an initiative that leverages automation to predict and improve experiences. That is how we view Unified eXperience Management — proactive, real time, holistic action across all endpoints.”
1E is introducing the UXM category in response to these issues that unifies Digital Experience Monitoring with all the other aspects of IT required to positively impact the user’s experience. Unified eXperience Management comprises Experience Monitoring, Employee Engagement, Diagnostic and Remediation tooling, and Configuration Policy to ensure that once an issue is fixed on one machine it is applied to all machines on an ongoing basis. Deep and rich integration with service desk and UEM platforms like ServiceNow and Microsoft Endpoint Manager enable IT workers dealing with incidents to have access to insights and a shared library of fixes to ensure that end-user issues are dealt with in real-time.
“If a Digital Experience initiative can identify experience issues but has no clear line of sight to remediating them, it will deliver zero value; No employee ever wished IT had a better analytics solution,” said Sumir Karayi, CEO and founder of 1E. “They want less frustrating experiences, they want fewer disruptions. For this, IT needs to take a step beyond analytics that identifies issues, to an initiative that leverages automation to predict and improve experiences. That is how we view Unified eXperience Management — proactive, real time, holistic action across all endpoints.”
To accompany the launch of the category, 1E’s Product Chief Technologist, Bogdan Udrea, will host a webinar exploring UXM and how it can help organizations enable a modern, hybrid workplace on May 18 at 11 a.m. ET. To attend, please visit: https://info.1e.com/webinar-go-beyond-digital-experience-management-what-is-uxm
This coincides with the latest release of 1E Tachyon, which brings new UXM capabilities to market. Tachyon 5.2 contains a unified device view that expedites troubleshooting and remediation of an endpoint on a single pane of glass. The latest release also introduces a new persona management capability, allowing IT to better understand the needs and experience challenges of different cohorts of employees.
Product Marketing Director, Michael Wright, will be launching Tachyon 5.2 on May 20th at 11am ET. To attend the launch event, please visit: https://info.1e.com/launch-showcase-tachyon-5.2-discover-complete-device-visibility
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1E the innovators in endpoint management that supports the work from anywhere enterprise, so employees are secure, supported, and productive wherever they want to be. The 1E Tachyon Platform provides real-time diagnosis, remediation and automation that fixes issues, fast and without interruption. It puts employees in control, through self-service, self-heal and sentiment monitoring to understand how they really feel and reduces help desk calls and ultimately costs. That’s why more than 1,700 organizations in 42 countries trust 1E to help them manage 14 million endpoints seamlessly. For more information, visit www.1E.com.
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