Unily attends the Digital Workplace Conference - New Zealand

The Unily team recently attended the Digital Workplace Conference in New Zealand held at the Cordis Hotel, Auckland. Held over a two-day period from Tuesday 30th April to Wednesday 1st May and ran by leading providers of Sharepoint and Office 365 training, ShareThePoint, the conference aimed to bring professionals together to learn what’s new in the world of digital workplaces.

About The Digital Workplace Conference, New Zealand

Over the two-day period, there were a total of 15 exhibitors, 30 speakers, 40 sessions and attendees who came from a range of business sectors, verticals and company sizes.

The size and scope of the conference meant it was the ideal event for attendees to build a support network with other like-minded individuals who see a digital workplace as key to improving the way businesses work, whilst attendees could also benefit from seeing a range of products and demos all in one place.

Attendees were also given the opportunity to grow their own skillset by receiving valuable upskilling and training from experts in hands-on workshops that included ‘Immersion into O365 Productivity Tools’ and ‘Mastering Microsoft Teams Administration.’ 

New Insights and Views on the Positive Impact of Digital Workplaces

Innovative and inspiring speakers ensured that attendees walked away with fresh perspectives and ideas on how digital workplaces and digital experience technologies can be used as a powerful tool for positive change in business.

Amongst a broad range of subjects, the conference gave attendees the opportunity to learn about collaborating with a digital workplace, how one can be used to enhance the digital transformation journey and embrace new ways of working and how a productive workplace can effectively be built.

Keynote speaker, Glenn Woolaghan shared his own insights on the impact of digital workplaces and how they can:

  • Support changes in workstyles
  • Enhance productivity of employees
  • Help businesses win the war on talent acquisition
  • Heighten the focus on employee experiences and engagement

Award-winning intranet provider, Unily, meet attendees at the conference 

As one of the major sponsors, conference attendees had the opportunity to meet Ben Kelly and Sym Yeow from Unily’s APAC business development team over the course of the jam-packed event to learn about Unily’s fully-featured intranet solutions. Attendees were given the chance to demo Unily’s sophisticated award-winning DXC platform to learn how it can improve efficiencies, communication and productivity within business.

Unily has transformed collaboration and communication in businesses including Fortnum Private Wealth  and Cricket Australia; uniting workforces with an easy to use intranet.  

Learn more about Unily’s digital workplace platforms by contacting our team.

Future Digital Workplace Conferences by ShareThePoint 

After a successful conference in Auckland, make sure to keep up to date with future digital workplace conferences happening this year.

Don’t miss out on Australian Digital Workplace Conference taking place in Sydney on 6th and 7th August 2019.

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