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With the retail landscape rapidly changing, investing in the right technology will help deliver superior customer experiences that keep people returning time and time again, as well as delivering efficiencies for back-office environments.
Managing Director, Martin Langridge, looks at how digital transformation has flourished as a result of the pandemic.
Manufacturers are increasingly looking for ways to push their capabilities and improve processes and must remain on top of emerging technology, to find solutions that support business goals, improve productivity, increase cost efficiency and drive innovation. Those that invest wisely now will be lightyears ahead of the competition.
Logistics organisations are having to adapt quickly to numerous changes in the sector. Whilst this can prove challenging, these changes also bring opportunity to improve customer satisfaction and loyalty, and provide more operational resilience and greater efficiency.
The healthcare sector has experienced significant increased demand over the past months - but before this, pressure on the sector was already rising fast. The increase in the volume of patients and finite resources, means healthcare professionals are now looking to leverage technology, to improve efficiencies.
From in-store operations to e-commerce, supply chain and the health and safety of front-line employees and customers; processes are being re-evaluated. This has been essential in the food industry, where retailers and manufacturers are relying heavily on barcoding solutions to manage spikes in market demand and production whilst protecting their employees.
Digital transformation is here to stay and no business is excluded. Organisations of every size must prepare for the digital era and that begins with effective document management. Long gone are the days of paper-based document storage. Today’s solutions offer a way for organisations to streamline their operations, automate areas of document management and meet security and compliance requirements.
Finance teams are under a lot of pressure to improve efficiencies and save costs, whilst digitalising operations and responding quickly to changing times. To meet demands, there’s a need for finance to become smart - to use technology to automate time-consuming tasks, reduce error and save resources. Intelligent data capture and invoice management offers a way to achieve this.