Atos today announces that it will provide a Next-Generation Global Employee Experience to EY, one of the largest global professional services organizations. The 7+ year contract will see Atos personalize and improve the IT experience for more than 300,000 EY people through its Proactive Experience Center, a team of dedicated experts, supported by advanced tooling and processes, driving towards the highest levels of proactive, pre-emptive and automated employee experience seen in the sector to date. This new contract reinforces Atos’ position as a leading enabler in the new frontier of work and employee experience.
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Atos will support Willis Towers Watson in its digital transformation, including enhancements to the business experiences by moving on-premise infrastructure to the cloud, retiring legacy hardware and software, and shifting to a consumption-based model. In addition, Atos will help reimagine the end-user experience through the use of chatbots, digital lockers and virtual technology bars to help reduce failures and increase automation.
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