Technology expectations have changed irrevocably. Employees have the simplicity, power and convenience of consumer apps in their personal lives but are being denied these advantages in the workplace. This is holding them and their organisations back.
70% of employees say the technology they use at work directly impacts their performance
Billions of pounds have been spent on IT in large organisations over the last two decades but the employee experience remains effectively the same.
Traditional IT systems are complex to implement, too expensive to maintain and too cumbersome to flex to the needs of today’s business challenges.
The average lifetime of a company in the Fortune 500 today is under 15 years. Speed of execution is now a serious differentiator.
That's why we started Blink.
At Blink we know this is true because we have worked with some of the biggest companies in the world. We know what it’s like to live with the frustrations, inefficiencies and waste that come from clinging on to yesterday’s technology.
42% of Millennials say they would leave a job if they had poor technology at work
A massive shift is now under way towards the digital workplace. Innovations like micro-apps, bots, conversational UI, machine learning and AI create an opportunity for radical simplification of how we use and build enterprise software.
Blink delivers this digital workplace. It gives huge organisations the agility they need to survive and thrive in the face of disruption and scrutiny.
Blink puts everything at your fingertips. If it’s been added or mentioned in a conversation, it becomes instantly searchable.
Meet your new office assistant
Everyone’s had days when they think to themselves: “How much easier would my life be if I had an assistant?” Someone to keep track of appointments, reply to queries and deliver critical information just at the right time.
4 Ways Office Technology Is Going to Change in 2017
We live in an era where we can tell a virtual assistant like Amazon’s Alexa to re-order washing powder while we’re video chatting with friends across the globe and Googling how long it took to build the pyramids. We can organise a weekend away with friends in a WhatsApp group and have a chat bot change the time of our flight.