Ivanti Extends the Power of the Ivanti Neurons Platform to HR and Facilities to Transform the “Back to Work” Employee Experience
Ivanti, the automation platform that discovers, manages, secures, and services IT assets from cloud to edge, announced the launch of Ivanti Neurons for HR and Ivanti Neurons for Facilities. The two new purpose-built solutions added to the Ivanti Neurons platform extend service management across the enterprise to streamline operations, drive productivity and improve employee experience.
Ivanti Neurons for HR delivers a streamlined and automated HR service management solution, making it possible for businesses to provide a more efficient and productive employee experience. Ivanti Neurons for HR makes it easy to automate and simplify employee onboarding and transitioning processes, improves case management with automation and self-service, and provides instant access to HR services through a single self-service portal. Organizations can now drastically improve efficiency, lower administrative costs, and instantly provision HR services that significantly improve employee experience from day one.
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According to 2020 Gartner Market Guide for Integrated HR Service Management Solutions, “Effective deployment of integrated HRSM tools builds a stable foundation for improved HR administration and can help reduce HR administrative costs by up to 30%. It also reduces dependency on HR representatives to answer routine questions and enables redeployment of internal HR headcount to more strategic tasks.”
Ivanti Neurons for Facilities is a robust solution designed to support Facilities Managers and enable them to meet the needs of business operations by automating workflows for day-to-day work orders, work assignments, maintenance tasks, and facilities related projects. Ivanti Neurons for Facilities is built to handle the increasing needs of facilities teams as they navigate transitioning employees from remote to hybrid or in-person work environments and includes features that make the transition seamless through easy-to-manage sanitation scheduling, PPE supply requests, extended location options, and provides the ability to quickly open or close access. With this new product Ivanti enables organizations to achieve smooth work transitions by automating project workflows, delivering faster and better service experiences to employees.
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“The Everywhere Workplace looks different from organization to organization, and from employee to employee,” said Nayaki Nayyar, President and Chief Product Officer. “But, with the Ivanti Neurons platform, HR and Facilities teams can readily accommodate all types of working scenarios – in-person, remote and hybrid. They can also quickly operationalize any changing regulations, policies and statutes while ensuring smooth business continuity and a superior employee experience.”
Extending Ivanti Neurons across the enterprise allows organizations to automate the employee request process from start to finish and deliver an exceptional employee experience. It also provides the benefit of documenting all transactions, providing a complete audit trail of employee communication, and ensures consistent and timely service delivery. With the capability of Ivanti Neurons, departments can now better collaborate and work together, improving efficiency and productivity across the entire department.
“In an organization with more than 20,000 employees, trying to accurately maintain people data is quite challenging,” said Peter Cox, Service Operations Manager at Foodstuffs. “But, by extending enterprise service management to HR, we’ve been able to stay ahead of any surges through automated workflows that notify facilities of changes made by employees, and once HR reviews and approves it, our people data is automatically updated.”
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