SINGAPORE — November 16, 2022 — Ivanti, the provider of the Ivanti Neurons automation platform has been positioned as a 2022 Value Leader in Enterprise Management Associates’ EMA Radar for Digital Employee Experience Management for Ivanti Neurons for Digital Experience.
Additionally, the Ivanti Neurons suite of IT management solutions was recognised as the Best Reduction of Security Impacts on User Experiences. The evaluation was based on specific criteria that analysed the company’s overall capabilities and approach to Digital Employee Experience (DEX).
“It’s an honour not only to be named a Value Leader by EMA but also to receive the special award for Best Reduction of Security Impacts on User Experiences,” said Srinivas Mukkamala, Chief Product Officer at Ivanti.
“Digital Employee Experience is vital for operational success, not only for employee retention but also for security. The Ivanti Neurons autonomous platform provides a seamless employee experience across all devices and offers unparalleled capabilities to organisations”
Ivanti Neurons for Digital Experience effectively measures and proactively optimises the experience employees have on the devices and applications they rely on in their Everywhere Workplace. Ivanti Neurons for Digital Experience enables organisations to autonomously track, score and optimise their employee’s digital experience to improve productivity, security and employee retention.
It provides IT teams with real-time actionable insights that enable them to understand employee sentiment and track and optimise experience over time. Additionally, it helps prevent issues before they happen by surfacing potential IT and security risks and recommending actions to remediate and improve the digital employee experience.
“Now that we have entered the ‘Age of the Employee,’ organisations and IT teams need to provide a contextual digital experience for the growing hybrid workforce,” says Daren Goeson, Vice President, Digital Experience Products at Ivanti.
“Ivanti Neurons for Digital Experience equips IT teams with insights and intelligent automation to proactively detect and resolve issues and security vulnerabilities to provide better digital employee experiences and business outcomes.”
The report recognises Ivanti’s vision for managing employee digital experiences with the extensive Ivanti Neurons platform, which effectively measures and proactively optimises the experience employees get through the devices and applications they rely on in their Everywhere Workplace and services them more efficiently through proactive resolution, minimising the impacts of security on workforce productivity.
“In order to effectively achieve digital transformation objectives, businesses must embrace modern management technologies that dynamically monitor and improve end user experiences in real time,” notes Steve Brasen, Research Director at EMA.
“During our evaluation of the DEX market, we were very impressed with Ivanti’s broad capabilities in detecting, analysing and remediating experience issues, especially when mitigating security-related end user friction.”