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Challenges of Work From Home: How Can DAP Boost Employee Productivity?

The rise of internet technology has seen some employers embrace remote working or hybrid solutions over the last decades. More recently, the Covid-19 pandemic exacerbated this existing trend toward work from home. However, even as the vaccine rollout programs drive down cases and the world economies open back up, things are unlikely to return to normal. There are a whole host of benefits of work from home for employers and employees. From a management perspective, WFH can increase employee retention, reduce overheads, and open access to a broader talent pool. For employees, it allows a more flexible schedule while reducing the time and cost spent on commuting.  Of course, it's not all plain sailing. In fact, there are several challenges involved with work from home that businesses have had to face in recent times. In this article, we'll identify some of those difficulties and show how digital adoption platforms (DAPs) can help overcome these hurdles and boost employee productiv

Value Paths and Their Importance

Value paths is a framework that is concerned with healthy, sustainable growth. It prioritizes the path that users take to achieve value with a product, rather than product design only. Check out our related article on "Three Pillars of Healthy Growth" to learn more about how to produce steady, reliable growth for your product. What are Value Paths? Value paths are a way of thinking about revenue generation within the SaaS sector. Traditionally, user experience (UX) and product management have focused on user value, but generally in the context of the product.  For example, while developers talk about buyer personas or the user journey, they're often treated like vague concepts on the way to defining and measuring value by other metrics like customer lifetime value (LTV). Value paths offer a different way of thinking about products. Essentially, it works by thinking less about the product and more about why a customer uses a product. On its face, this may seem like a sub