How we assisted an increase in productivity with Philips
Philips is one heck of an exciting company; they are continually striving to make the world healthier and more sustainable through technological advances and inspiring innovation. Their mission is to improve the lives of 2.5 billion people a year by 2030. Impressive, hey?
We’re proud to help them in a small way. The people in their UK office had already heard of work operating systems and trialled one before reaching out to us. They had a lot of choices; it wasn’t easy to see what would make a positive impact on the way they were currently working.
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Their systems were “disjointed and uncollaborative” when we met them. They had many different platforms for their communication and project management and ultimately wanted to improve their workflow.
Aaron, our Customer Success Manager, has helped them every step of the way. From building big boards to replace their numerous spreadsheets and implementing multiple accessible automations to free up that valuable commodity, time. Also, genuinely caring about every element of the service he was providing to them, hopping on a video call to explain things in detail and make their lives easier – go, Aaron!
What started with one team using enable.services to ease their workflow woes has spread, like our infectious enthusiasm to help people. The word of mouth of well looked after, cared for clients combined with a platform solution that fits splendidly with their needs means more and more departments and sections of the company want to opt to choose us.
Philips’ vision is “We will be the best place to work for people who share our passion, promoting personal development, inclusion and diversity… Together we will deliver superior, long-term value to our customers and shareholders while acting responsibly towards our planet and society.” Values like these we can connect with, check out our company values to see what we stand for.
Philips and enable.services relationship is growing, so is a story that remains to be continued…