Qualtrics Launches Experience Design Hybrid Work and Workplaces Solutions

Qualtrics launches experience design hybrid work and workplaces solutions to help companies thrive in the “new world” of work.

Qualtrics is the world’s most trusted research software. As technology scales from people and companies to communities and governments, Qualtrics will begin to close gaps in ways they never dreamed possible. Not only will their technology power the world’s greatest companies, but by understanding human emotions, beliefs, sentiments and values, they will close some of the world’s biggest gaps: political misunderstandings, human rights issues, health care disparities, gender equality, education, and income. Because many of the world’s most pressing problems occur from a lack of understanding – and that’s a problem they can solve.

According to a Qualtrics press release:

Qualtrics (Nasdaq: XM), the world’s No. 1 Experience Management (XM) provider and creator of the XM category, launched Experience Design for Hybrid Work and Workplaces to help organizations use employee feedback to create new work experiences that enhance productivity, innovation, and growth in the new world of work.

Built on Qualtrics EmployeeXM™, the new solutions help companies make data-driven decisions about the workplace by helping them understand employees’ thoughts and feelings about where they want to work, what they want out of their physical office spaces, and what changes need to be made to increase connection, well-being, and trust.

Through pre-built question sets, real-time dashboards, and guided action plans, the new Qualtrics EmployeeXM solutions provide organizations with the following:

Experience Design for Hybrid Work allows employees to communicate their ideal work location to leadership and provide valuable input on how their experience over the past year has enabled and/or detracted from their productivity. Companies can use these insights to determine where employees want to work, and how to help them stay connected and productive. People managers also have access to a subset of questions to gauge the perception of their team’s remote productivity to identify alignment or inconsistencies.

Experience Design for Workplaces allows organizations to understand employee preferences about how the office is redesigned and optimized. Companies can gain concrete insights on what employees need when it comes to individual workspaces (e.g. assigned desks, private offices, unassigned cubicles), collaborative workspaces (e.g. meeting rooms, huddles spaces, mixed-use rooms), and health and safety considerations.

Learn more about Qualtrics Experience Design for Hybrid Work and Workplaces.

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