The Middle East will boost workforce transformation market to USD 24 billion by 2023

Workforce transformation enhances customer service, revenue, costs and decision-making.
Andrew Calthorpe, CEO of Condo Protego
Andrew Calthorpe, CEO of Condo Protego

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The Middle East is boosting the global workforce transformation market, growing to USD 24 billion by 2023. This will enable employees to optimize their productivity by working on the go.

With more UAE organizations needing support staff working from multiple sites, digital transformation strategies are increasingly focusing on workforce transformation. The process involves the combination of mobile devices, enterprise-level servers and storage, and data security and protection.

Every industry vertical is impacted by workforce transformation. This ranges from media companies with purpose-built workstations for high-quality production, to construction and oil and gas firms that face extreme temperatures of the desert, according to UAE-based IT infrastructure and information management consultancy and solutions provider Condo Protego.

The company's CEO, Andew Calthorpe said “As the workforce transformation market reaches record-highs, the UAE is showing how investment in mobile devices, virtualization, and security can enable faster, smarter, and more efficient workforces. While organizations should acknowledge the Bring Your Own Device trend, they may also choose to provide employees with devices that meet their needs, unify and optimize employee experiences, and enhance corporate security policies.”

Worldwide, at 75 percent of global information workers agree that workforce transformation can enhance customer service, revenue growth, costs and decision-making. Dell Technologies ads that these solutions are able to save 25 percent on PC lifecycle costs and as a result, there is strong UAE interest in their purpose-built enterprise PCs, desktops and notebooks.

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