Juggling kids, pets and homeschooling while working your 8-5 is the “new normal” and along with that comes a whole new set of challenges. With Zoom-fatigue being the new buzzword, jumping from meeting to project and back again, the world is moving at a faster pace than ever before. Life-work balance is key as we settle into this new routine. Studies show that for many, this may be the answer.
Prodoscore's Latest Survey * Reveals Interesting Facts About Working From Home:
The average worker starts work at 8:32 a.m. and ends work at 5:38 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are the most productive days, in that order Telephone calls are up 230% CRM activity is up 176% Email is up 57% and chat is up 9%
With technology as the catalyst to this productivity, ensuring its ongoing performance is key. #DellbyTarsus knows that the last thing people need is slow tech, that can’t keep up with the demands of working from home.
Dell products and service provides reliability in uncertain times. Being ahead of the curve, with the best interests of customers at heart, Dell has used client feedback to stay agile in the market and provide service that puts customers at ease. Three-year minimum on-site support service on all our commercial lines is a Dell commitment so that clients don’t have to leave the safety of their home office, technicians come to them for servicing.
With a wide range of products and accessories, #DellbyTarsus has every work requirement covered. From entry level laptops to Rugged products for the toughest environments, it’s easy to find a workstation perfect for every need and budget. Offering extended warranties and predictive assist products, downtime is a thing of the past, allowing our workforce to continue powering through, no matter what the location.
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* Evaluating some 100 million data points from 30,000 U.S.-based Prodoscore users during March and April of 2020, the company compared that data to the same period in 2019.