Wipro myTime is a web and mobile app that consolidates multiple time management applications into a single time app, aiming to reduce the transaction time by 3X and enhance the user experience and productivity. It allows Wipro employees to manage their time effectively and efficiently, by providing them with features such as time tracking, time reporting, time approval, time analytics, and time notifications.
The objective of this case study is to analyze the design process of the Wipro myTime web and mobile app, the challenges it faced, and the strategies it adopted to overcome them. The case study will also provide some recommendations for the future improvement and enhancement of the Wipro myTime web and mobile app.
Wipro myTime web and mobile app is the main interface between the employees and the Wipro time management system, and hence, it plays a crucial role in providing a smooth and satisfying user experience. However, the Wipro myTime web and mobile app has faced some common problems, such as:
Fragmentation The Wipro myTime web and mobile app had to deal with the fragmentation of multiple time management applications, such as SAP, Oracle, and PeopleSoft, which had different user interfaces, user flows, and user logins. This fragmentation led to decreased productivity and increased transaction times for the employees.
User expectations The Wipro myTime web and mobile app had to meet the high expectations of the employees, who demanded a user-friendly, responsive, and secure web and mobile app for their time management needs. The Wipro myTime web and mobile app had to ensure the quality and reliability of the service, as well as the security and privacy of the user data. The Wipro myTime web and mobile app also had to provide a user-friendly and engaging interface, with relevant and personalized content and features.
Technical challenges The Wipro myTime web and mobile app had to deal with various technical challenges, such as the scalability, performance, and compatibility of the app, as well as the integration and communication with the backend systems, such as the database, the payment gateway, and the CRM system. The Wipro myTime web and mobile app also had to cope with the variability and unpredictability of the network conditions, the user devices, and the user behavior.
Wipro myTime web and mobile app has undergone a major redesign in 2020, with the aim of simplifying and improving the user experience. The redesign process involved the following steps:
User research The Wipro myTime web and mobile app team conducted user research to understand the pain points, needs, and expectations of the employees. The team used various methods, such as interviews, surveys, observations, and analytics, to gather user feedback and insights. The team also conducted a competitive analysis to benchmark the Wipro myTime web and mobile app against its rivals and identify the best practices and gaps in the market.
The redesign of the Wipro myTime web and mobile app resulted in the following changes and improvements