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Pandemic and Digital Transformation: Intro, Remote Working, And More

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Pandemic and Digital Transformation: Undoubtedly, this pandemic has compelled most businesses, organizations, people, and governments to develop more creative responses to the situation. The digital transformation of society is one of the benefits of this.

Almost everyone has resorted to technology to maintain some sense of normalcy in their lives. Just a few years have passed since the usage of digital technology took a quantum jump.

Remote Working

  • When our neighborhood stores and companies abruptly collapsed in March, she added many of us switched to online employment to begin working and interacting entirely digitally.
  • We’ve seen that digital transformation has changed from being a strategic priority that maybe wasn’t implemented or wasn’t achieved fully to becoming a necessity.
  • There was just no other way to conduct business except digitally.
  • Especially when working on administrative or individual duties, “many workers report they have maintained or improved productivity during COVID-19, while fewer have done so on collaborative tasks,” Mention noted.
  • Employers must increase productivity on team projects; this is a problem that businesses will have to solve.
  • Mention stated that new working styles would provide access to talent but also present new issues for social cohesiveness and teamwork.
  • It would be challenging for businesses to ensure they can sustain team cohesion in this context, particularly in hybrid modes of working, she added.
  • “We’re going to have an increase in cross-border and international workers,” she said.
  • It also concerns how we deal with the net loss of social capital brought on by the absence of social ties and social connectivity.

Digital transformation is a human affair

  • Mention claims that digital transformation is about putting people first and making it easier for them to gain digital skills, not simply technology.
  • For corporations and governments, she said, “the reskilling and upskilling of workers should be an important priority.”
  • “There were concerns that digital technologies were replacing rather than enhancing human abilities, but in recent months. It has been clear that this is not the case. Instead, digital technologies exist to enhance the capabilities that humans can offer.
  • “Digital transformation is a human endeavor; it involves putting people first, strategizing how it may benefit us, and keeping people at the center.

Using digital technologies to improve business operations

“We’ve found that there have been several developments during the pandemic, not very disruptive, but significant in innovation.

  • “To prevent human interaction and virus transmission, we’ve seen a lot of interest from industry in augmented and contactless realities.”
  • Guasch reports that a regional government market analysis revealed that, during the pandemic, 84% of SMEs sought to expand to international markets.
  • And 69% of SMEs implemented technologies required for working remotely. Nearly 30% began developing new products and services with embedded digital technologies.
  • “A small winery that placed a sensor to the label of its bottles to be able to screen the humidity and the temperature during the life of the product has been one example of a local business successfully adopting digital technologies,” he said.
  • Customers can monitor the bottle’s characteristics from an app to ensure ideal conditions for drinking; this has advantages for transportation and other logistical considerations.

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