More than half of workers at corporations in the United States say their firm has at least one broken process related to IT, employee onboarding, and administrative functions, according to recent research from Nintex.
The report was based on data from a survey of 1,000 full-time employees who work for corporations in the United States.
Some 62% of respondents say at least one IT process doesn't work well at their company.
The most-cited broken IT processes are technology troubleshooting (59% say the process doesn't work well), equipment onboarding for new hires (43%), and requesting a new computer/device (42%).
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