Turn the ‘user’ experience at work into a people experience.
Because we believe that workers are creative and social, not merely users of technology. Technology needs to empower human beings by increasing their ability to work together.
What’s unique about harmon.ie is our ability to deliver software that allows people to focus on the business task at hand.
We eliminate information overload and reduce distractions, to preserve focus and context.
We do that by surfacing the most relevant business information at the right time and the right place, regardless of where it came from and on which device it is being viewed.
The end result is that people see their whole work story at the right time, in the current work context, on all the devices they own.
The People Experience in a Cloud-y, Mobile Enterprise
The availability of robust cloud services is making it easy for relatively small groups within organizations to select the most appropriate application for their particular needs.
One consequence is that technology is now being selected at all levels of the organization, including departmental and project levels. Gone are the days of IT dictating the hardware and software sanctioned for work use.
But this freedom comes at a cost. Getting applications and services from multiple vendors to work together is becoming a huge challenge.
Furthermore, as the enterprise expands to everywhere people can work, people need to get these various sources of information delivered to their smartphones, tablets, and desktops, or to kiosks in public locations.
And that is where exactly harmon.ie shines. Because harmon.ie surfaces the most relevant business information at the right time and the right place, regardless of where it came from and on which device it is being viewed.
People see their whole work story at the right time, in the current work context, on all the devices they own.
As such, harmon.ie drives technology adoption and promotes enterprise collaboration, empowering entire organizations to focus on shared objectives.
Because in the end… it’s all about reducing the stress and strain of information overload so people can get more done.