Three Key Ways to Increase Employee Productivity and Joy among Your Wireless Team

Three Key Ways to Increase Employee Productivity and Joy among Your Wireless Team

Are you overseeing productivity within your company?
Having a hard time benchmarking where teams are and where they should be?


You might want to revisit your goals first.
Setting clear, measurable objectives is paramount to productivity and where it’s occurring, whether in-office or remotely.

In its recent article, 3 Drivers to Broaden View of Productivity: Well-being, Collaboration, Innovation,
“The only measure of productivity that matters is how well someone is doing at meeting their goals.
Assuming those goals are properly set, align with the organization’s overall mission, and are measurable, where and when someone works shouldn’t’ matter.”

Quite possibly, workplaces might need to be rethought to improve culture and productivity.
There are many factors to consider within workplaces. We will key in on three for this article: well-being, collaboration, and innovation.

Jaime Teevan is chief scientist at Microsoft. Along with researchers from across Microsoft, Teevan completed 50 research studies
throughout multiple divisions and departments, from engineering to facilities, in what the team considered in January 2021
to be, the largest compilation of research related to the pandemic’s impact on work practices available to date.
It was coined The New Future of Work Report. Since then, more studies have been conducted and results published as the pandemic
has continues to challenge business operations in unprecedented ways.

Teevan’s research digs deep to “examine employees’ well-being, social connections, and collaboration and the innovation they bring to drive business success.”
By conducting this research, Teevan hopes managers can broaden their views on productivity.
She continues, “You measure performance the same as if the people were in the office. You don’t really know what they’re doing sitting at their desks.”

Trinitas supports its clients’ wireless teams’ work cultures and has years of success improving them through our commitment to clients.
Through Teevan’s lens, Trinitas supports her three pillars of performance.

Well-being – Although well-being is comprised of many different factors, a few areas we focus on are: 

      • Creating more free time during the workday
      • Simplifying processes that are easier to use and follow
      • Providing customer support that is friendly and quickly solves our clients’ issues

Recently we learned a client’s IT team was spending too much time supporting its employee needs. Together with the client we decided to look at some
lighter spend areas to determine if there were ways to save their IT time supporting those areas.
The goal was to shore up those processes that would then free up their IT teams time to devote to the bigger projects.

Trinitas found the team was spending an enormous time supporting their Wireless Device Accessory program.

To solve for this, Trinitas implemented:

      • A company-specific online catalogue that had their device-specific products
      • Managerial approval
      • Custom and comprehensive monthly billing solutions that saved their AP significant processing times

Additionally, Trinitas became an extension of the client’s IT team and managed the accessory program for them. With the significant savings, they were
able to take on another IT employee to help with their daily functions. We continued to look at other lower spend services with similarly positive outcomes.

Collaboration – Trinitas values the importance of collaborating with its clients. Together we can uncover areas for new revenue, determine how to improve processes,
and expand employee productivity. Recently, a healthcare company that had 10,000 wireless devices wanted to find a way to cut costs.
Through our collaboration, we uncovered the company was significantly overpaying for warranty rand replacement costs for their devices. View the case study here to learn more.

Innovation – COVID-19 Has permanently changed our workplaces and enterprise companies must adapt their telecommunications if they want to keep you.
With the shift to both office and work-from-home employees, Trinitas created its Enterprise Anywhere suite of services that can be customized to fit your enterprise company business.
To read more about it, view our Enterprise Anywhere white paper.  

Technology Life Cycle Management—A Four-Dimensional Approach

Technology Life Cycle Management—A Four-Dimensional Approach

Technology Life Cycle Management—A Four-Dimensional Approach

Credit: AOTMP Insights, Sept. 2020

Technology conversion and updating projects are at the forefront of the minds of telecom, mobility and IT management professionals. They want to push for positive change in their organizations, whether it’s reducing technological risk from aging infrastructure or optimizing business results through customer engagement. In short, there are a variety of opportunities for growth.

Life cycle management during and after change events, such as the massive one we’re currently facing in the new COVID-19 landscape, frequently lack the same level of pre-planning attention and new technologies. Lack of life cycle planning effectively sets business risk landmines that can unravel the gains made with new technology.

Through this lens, let’s look at four influencing groups:
  1. Technical – Technical teams design communication networks and systems that enable humans to communicate with electronics.
  2. Financial – Financial teams evaluate and manage electronic and telecommunications costs.
  3. Operational – Operations teams oversee and push forward business processes that support users and electronics/telecom.
  4. Business – Business teams establish requirements and identify opportunities to leverage technology to drive optimal business results.

Across these four influence groups—Technical, Financial, Operational, and Business—it is common that only one or two will focus on life cycle management practices as opposed to incorporating life cycle management into each group equally. The result is a disjointed effort in which each group operates individually of the others.

At Trinitas, we guide companies in establishing a cohesive life cycle management approach across all four categories and highlighting the influence each group can have on the others. This creates a balanced approach with fewer life cycle gaps.

As the Telecom Manager of a large insurance company recently put it, “Trinitas has helped us gain insights into our life cycle management that we did not know. They helped us implement results-oriented strategies that have positively impacted our company.”

Trinitas can help you create the balanced approach to life cycle management, one that will drive greater efficiency, significantly lower costs and create positive results. It’s an incredibly important time to maximize your company’s technological capabilities, ensuring you are ahead of the curve, and not struggling to keep up with it.

Learn more about Trinitas’ services and how they can bring efficiencies and cost savings to your business.

Sign up for a FREE assessment below or call 512-949-3680 to speak with a consultant.

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