At the end of day, the primary users of a digitally powered workspace are the very employees of an organization. The first thing digitization brings is flexibility. Employees can access their workloads and assigned business processes from any location of their suiting.
What this means is that an employee can remain productive from the physical workspace, home and even while on the move. The other aspect of a digitally powered workspace is multi platform access. An employee can access work over the office desktop, laptop, tablet or even smartphone, which is ideal for productivity.
To top that off, when productivity applications also get seamlessly integrated with the digital environment, it creates a highly productive platform for employees to exhibit their skills. Productivity apps can also be assigned across employees purely on the basis of organizational role.
All the above facets of a well-conceived digital workspace will ensure a very positive user experience for employees. This will motivate employees to enhance productivity as maximum time will be expended on actual productivity, rather than trivial support tasks leading to no quantifiable outcome.