The Global Mobility Executive are delighted to announce the findings from our survey evaluating the use of technology in Global Mobility programs. The survey aimed to uncover how the mobility function is embracing digitalization and leveraging technology to support their global workforce in times of uncertainty.

According to the results, the use of technology is on the rise with 64% of the companies surveyed currently using some form of technology to track and manage their global workforce. Automation was found to be the primary driver for technology adoption with 92% of Global Mobility and HR leaders looking to streamline the manual processes that can inundate mobility teams and hinder the employee experience.

Key findings from the survey include:

  • 36% of GM & HR leaders are still using Excel to manage their programs
  • 43% state that cost is the main barrier to implementing technology
  • 44% seek to use predictive analytics to gain better insight into cost versus actuals
  • 3% of respondents are using AI or VR tools


Click here to read the full report.