Workfront

Background and contacts

About Workfront

Workfront is a cloud-based Enterprise Work Management solution that helps marketing, IT, and other enterprise teams conquer the chaos of excessive email, redundant status meetings, and disconnected tools. Unlike other tools, Workfront Enterprise Work Cloud is a centralized, easy-to-adopt solution for managing and collaborating on all types of work through the entire work lifecycle, which improves team productivity and executive visibility. Workfront is trusted by thousands of global enterprises, like Cars.com, Cisco Systems, Comcast, iProspect, Schneider Electric and Trek. To learn more, visit www.workfront.com or follow us on Twitter @Workfront_Inc.

About The Digital Newsroom

The Workfront Digital Newsroom is a simple and useful resource for you to keep track of all the latest news stories. High resolution images and complete press releases are available to download from here, and you can connect with our various social media profiles easily. Suggestions for improvements are welcome.

Contact Details

For more information contact Emma Catchpole
t. +44 (0) 203 1379 270
workfront@manifest.london

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Innovation Gap: British Workers Want to Innovate, but Work Gets in the Way

A report released today by Workfront ®, the first modern work management application platform, finds that while a majority of workers say their workplace regularly asks them to innovate, a full 65 per cent say they’re so swamped with day-to-day work that they don’t have time to think about the future. And this work is important […]

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It’s Flexi-time! Workfront finds motivating employees through flexible hours, not bonuses, is key to business success

Generous bonus packages and unlimited holidays do less to motivate British workers than the opportunity to have flexible working hours. Over half (52%) of British workers picked ‘flexi hours’ as the perk that most motivates them to be a better employee in a survey conducted by Workfront® the leading provider of cloud-based Enterprise Work Management […]

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UK workers spend less than 40% of the week doing their actual job

Excessive meetings and email eat up the majority of the day A survey released today by Workfront, the leading provider of cloud-based Enterprise Work Management solutions, found that more and more, workers are spending large portions of the work day on things other than what they were hired to do; stating that only 38% of […]

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Innovation Gap: British Workers Want to Innovate, but Work Gets in the Way

Innovation Gap: British Workers Want to Innovate, but Work Gets in the Way

A report released today by Workfront ®, the first modern work management application platform, finds that while a majority of workers say their workplace regularly asks them to innovate, a full 65 per cent say they’re so swamped with day-to-day work that they don’t have time to think about the future. And this work is important […]

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It’s Flexi-time! Workfront finds motivating employees through flexible hours, not bonuses, is key to business success

It’s Flexi-time! Workfront finds motivating employees through flexible hours, not bonuses, is key to business success

Generous bonus packages and unlimited holidays do less to motivate British workers than the opportunity to have flexible working hours. Over half (52%) of British workers picked ‘flexi hours’ as the perk that most motivates them to be a better employee in a survey conducted by Workfront® the leading provider of cloud-based Enterprise Work Management […]

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UK workers spend less than 40% of the week doing their actual job

UK workers spend less than 40% of the week doing their actual job

Excessive meetings and email eat up the majority of the day A survey released today by Workfront, the leading provider of cloud-based Enterprise Work Management solutions, found that more and more, workers are spending large portions of the work day on things other than what they were hired to do; stating that only 38% of […]

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