2022 has been a year like no other.
A new normal has settled into place. Employees and organizations alike are settling into the realities of remote and hybrid work, and technology is finding it's place in the transformation as well. Intranets are discovering ways to deliver more value than ever before, while access to no-code development tools is making it easy to give employees the simple, personalized digital experiences they need.
As you wrap up the year, reflecting on what's worked and what hasn't and planning for what's to come, here are some insights to help drive success in the coming year.
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New at Workgrid
Last month Workgrid announced our new no-code development functionality, Workshop. With Workshop users can build apps, integrations, and workflows faster with the help of a drag-and-drop interface and more than 200 connectors to common business applications such as Salesforce, Jira, and SAP.
Workgrid announces new no-code development functionality. Read more.
Integrating apps into your digital workplace with Workgrid
This session is a must-see for organizations looking to deliver a more integrated digital experience to employees. Learn from Workgrid experts Linnae Selinga and Erik Martel how easy it can be to integrate apps into your digital workplace, plus get an insider’s look at how Workgrid’s new no-code functionality, Workshop enables companies to build apps, integrations and workflows faster.