These are the days when industries face digital disruption. Businesses, big and small, implement new technologies and digitalize operations to keep up with changing customer needs. Digital transformation is often referred to in the context of IT modernization, optimization of existing processes, and customer experience improvement.
Companies that use monolithic, on-premise legacy applications face challenges supporting them. Limited innovation possibilities and the inability to improve everyday operations are just some common issues that businesses face when they continue to use outdated software. And it’s not to mention that legacy systems are expensive to maintain, which makes them uncompetitive today.
Energy Management Solutions: How to Help Enterprises Cut Carbon Emissions, Improve Sustainability, and Maximize Energy Savings
The climate crisis presents one of the biggest challenges in our history. As countries all over the world are taking actionable steps towards carbon neutrality, we see lots of opportunities for businesses to step up their game. Investment in sustainability opens up a huge playing field for all kinds of startups, both digital and traditional.
Digital Transformation in the Construction Industry: How Technology Can Address Challenges Across the Value Chain
Seven years ago the construction industry was among the least digitized industries, yielding perhaps, only to agriculture. Today things are different.
Looking to build an outsourced IT department? Hiring an external provider to work on your software development project is a great way to fill your tech talent needs and get your project finished on time, without going over budget.
The education sector is quite conservative and cannot quickly respond to changes. But the COVID-19 pandemic kick-started educators to reconsider their old ways. In 2023, this process is in full swing.
Around 73.2% of the time HR managers spend on tedious administrative tasks, not much is connected with any unique skills or key priority areas. This time can be significantly reduced by means of digital transformation inside the company.
We are already used to paying at supermarkets via a smartphone and receiving banking services from “robots”. Over the last few years, everything connected with the word “digital” has changed the world of finance. However, the real transformation has only just begun.
Over the past years, companies all over the world have experienced so many changes that, under normal conditions, would have possibly taken ten years or more to adopt. Due to the pandemic, most businesses faced two key challenges: disruption in the workflows and uncertainty about the future
Recruiters are almost always rated based on two measurements when it comes to KPIs: time to hire and quality of recruitment. That’s why more and more recruiting specialists are asking themselves, “How can we make recruiting faster and more effective?”.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed recruiting. Candidates are now seeking remote work. Job interviews have shifted to a video format. Having a remote-ready hiring model is no longer a competitive advantage, but an absolute must.
The advertising technology (Ad Tech) industry is growing by leaps and bounds – the size of the investments in advertising technology, numbers of newly-born startups, and even digital advertising agencies are seeing a great increase compared to previous years.