Case in point: the CEO of a large pharmaceutical company in the UK wanted to create a great place to work. The firm had clunky HR systems that didn’t deliver an engaging experience to employees as they worked, and changed roles or locations.
MuleSoft created an integration layer through a single mobile app, which serves the company’s global offices and integrates 76 applications across its environment. With it, people can book parking spaces, meeting rooms, and time off, in addition to HR services.
Through interactions with senior executives across industries, Adheeb offers this advice:
“With any customer, but especially executives, you have to give before you take. Don’t approach them without first learning about their business from the employees' point of view. Then you can start a conversation knowing what their pain points are and how you can help. Otherwise you're just wasting their time.”
“Take advantage of the internal knowledge your company has. Don’t hesitate to reach out to senior leaders for their insights so you can build a relevant point of view about how to address industry challenges.”