Many businesses have learnt the hard way how necessary digital transformation is. The ability to retain productivity anywhere and anytime has been tested greatly in 2020, which prompted more companies to embrace the need for digital transformation. But where does it start?
In today's digital day and age, technology is king. It is thus not surprising that thriving businesses make technology work to their benefit in order to stay ahead. How can businesses stay afloat as technology continues to develop rapidly? Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, once said, “Longevity in this business is about being able to reinvent yourself or invent the future”. The answer is simple – embrace digital transformation and keep innovating in order to keep moving forward.
A digital revolution is taking place. It is disruptive, fast-paced, and constantly evolving. For traditional businesses, this change may come across as a concerning development. But like every disruption, this change comes with silver linings: new technologies and platforms give rise to efficiency, productivity, and open up opportunities for business growth.
Leading a team remotely presents a different set of challenges for many managers.If you are struggling with supervising your Work From Home employees effectively and productively, you might want to consider adopting these 4 easy steps shared by our Senior Director and General Manager, Vincent Low.
Be it in the way Swagelok Singapore operates or the way they handle customer experience, their mission is simple – to provide excellent solutions by leveraging on resources, strengths, and capabilities with a directed focus on marketing and distribution. To evolve and adapt to the highly competitive business landscape, Swagelok Singapore’s CEO, Zhuohan Cai, acknowledges the importance of digitisation, which he strongly believes is key to making Swagelok Singapore more efficient, task-oriented and cost-effective.How has their company embarked on the road to digitisation with Canon?
RPA is a relatively new technology that combines your software with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning capabilities to handle high-volume, repeatable tasks that traditionally require humans to perform. These programmed bots will be able to record tasks performed by a human on their computer, and then perform those same tasks without human intervention. Many companies are choosing to automate their processes today and the question is. Should you follow suit?