Global worktech leader adds consulting offering to accelerate enterprise transformation and help customers generate returns from their worktech investments

ATLANTA – June 5, 2024 – Eptura, the global worktech leader, today launched a new consulting practice, strengthening the company’s support for organizations using digital transformation to improve their facilities and assets, optimize their real estate portfolio, drive investment returns, and enhance employee engagement.  

Eptura consultancy helps enterprises fast-track and drive financial returns from their digital workplace integration 

As organizations boost their spending on workplace and asset management technologies1, 62% of business leaders say that managing change and measuring its impact are major obstacles to success, per Eptura’s latest Workplace Index. 

Eptura’s new consulting service advises enterprises on managing change effectively during worktech implementations to drive successful transformation. With deep industry expertise and data from benchmarks, 25 million user insights, and market research, Eptura’s global consultants provide valuable strategic guidance and insight on:  

  • Aligning worktech roadmaps to company vision and business goals 
  • Identifying gaps and opportunities to effectively execute digitalization and optimization goals 
  • Managing change to enable success both during and post implementation 
  • Measuring and articulating the value of transformation initiatives 

According to Workplace Index findings, integrated workplace solutions are a top worktech investment priority for 2024, along with data analytics and collaboration software. Despite a majority of organizations (over 50%) having either implemented or moving towards implementing an integrated platform, the report reveals leaders are struggling to sustain long-term gains and overcome key transformation obstacles. 

“The business leaders we speak with see the need to create connected worktech ecosystems that enhance performance with actionable data. But without top-level alignment, commitment to driving change throughout the enterprise, and clear success metrics, they’re unlikely to realize the full return on their technology investments,” said Erik Zink, VP of Consultancy and Corporate Development at Eptura. 

Today, improvements in digital connectivity are changing how businesses think about and measure the long-term value being delivered from technological change. 

According to McKinsey, an average of 42% of the potential financial benefit from transformation is lost if the change is not sustained.2 In response to growing demand for expertise and guidance in worktech implementation, Eptura’s consultancy links worktech value to the enterprise vision, facilitating discussions to align key stakeholders and maintain momentum throughout the entire transformation project.  

Learn more about the services for enterprises with multi-site worktech deployments here.  


1 Verdantix Global Corporate Survey 2023: Smart Building Technology Budgets, Priorities & Preferences, September 2023 

2 McKinsey: How to implement transformations for long-term impact, May 2023 

About Eptura™  

Eptura is a global worktech company that digitally connects people, workplaces, and assets in a unified platform, to enable our customers to thrive. With 25 million users across 115 countries, we are trusted by the world’s leading companies, including 40% of Fortune 500 brands, to realize a better future at work. For more information, visit  


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