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Did you know your employees are wasting 2 hours every day (and it’s not their fault)?

Posted on: June 17, 2016Updated on: February 9, 2023By: JD Dillon, Chief Learning Architect

12 hour days. 50 hour weeks. It feels like we never have enough time to get everything done at work. Regardless of industry, business moves at breakneck speed and innovation is the name of the game. So, if we need our people to put as much time and energy as possible into their work, why are we letting them waste 2 hours PER DAY looking for the information they need to solve their problems?

How much time do you think your employees spend looking for information every day at work?

2 hours … PER DAY … That’s the average. That’s 2 hours spent NOT supporting your customers. 2 hours NOT driving sales. 2 hours NOT innovating and pushing your business forward. That’s because finding information at work is a huge problem.

See we live in a world where information is almost always readily available, but organizations just haven’t done a good job leveraging the same behaviors we use everyday to find and share information. They haven’t been able to recreate familiar experiences like Google, Wikipedia or YouTube in our workplaces.

Well, I’m not just here to point out the problem. I’m here to offer a solution, and it’s called Axonify Discover.

Axonify Discover is built for today’s employee and creates a social environment with instant access to relevant, crowd-sourced information. It’s a place where teams can go to get their questions answered quickly by leveraging the shared wisdom of the entire organization – not just designated subject matter experts or content owners. Axonify Discover puts the information your employees need at their fingertips, whether they’re using a POS, a desktop computer or mobile devices.

Learn more about Axonify Discover and help your employees put time where they can really make a difference – for you, your customers and your business.

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JD Dillon, Chief Learning Architect

JD Dillon became an expert on frontline training and enablement over two decades working in operations and talent development with dynamic organizations, including Disney, Kaplan and AMC. A respected author and speaker in the workplace learning community, JD also continues to apply his passion for helping frontline employees around the world do their best work every day in his role as Axonify's Chief Learning Architect.

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