How Reckitt adopted Experience Level Agreements (XLAs)?

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Pasi Nikkanen, Prashant Arora, Andrew Murphy

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Reckitt is a consumer goods company that manufactures, markets, and sells health, hygiene, and home products with a global workforce of over 42,000 employees based in more than 60 countries. They embarked on a mission to transform their IT operations with ServiceNow – with a view to delivering a ‘best in class’ service experience for its employees across all touchpoints globally. “In our journey to become "Truly NextGen", we’re laser-focused to ensure industry-leading service experience for our employees across all touchpoints, fueled by modernised & automated IT services. Inspired by Agile practices – Daily Happiness Reviews, XIP (eXperience Improvement Plans) based on HappySignals’ Dashboards and much more, our service team has taken the journey to the next significant milestone!” – Prashant Arora. Join our webinar to learn how Reckitt has been able to see a 51% increase in employee happiness with IT services, and an increase in survey responses from just 4% to an impressive 25%. For an organization that registers over 300,000 tickets annually, that's over 250,000 hours of employee lost productivity saved in a year. In this webinar you learn: • How Reckitt is successfully using experience level agreements (XLAs) to transform their IT services • What kind of cultural changes was involved with the new way of working • What has been the impact on end-user experiences and productivity until today • Lessons learned At the stage: Pasi Nikkanen, CGO and Co-founder of HappySignals Prashant Arora, Head of Global Service Experience & Automations, Reckitt Andrew Murphy, IS Manager - User Technology & Services EMEA, Reckitt

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