For the past several years technology and innovations have taken center stage over the real estate industry, moving from a “nice to have” into the “must have” category.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has huge potential to revolutionize the business environment in upcoming years. Even though real estate was not always the industry to rapidly accept new technology, today it is among the top fields that have already started getting benefits from AI.
The year 2020 has unveiled the great influence of Human Resources on a company’s success. From the workforce planning to driving employee productivity while working remotely, managing a company’s most valuable asset – the people – turned into a thing no business leader can ignore.
Amid the ongoing pandemic, human resource leaders appear in the center of a company’s rapid response to the crisis. In most cases, it turned out that traditional HR practices required modernization and improvements.
With the pace of living and overall digitalization of business workflows, the recruiting process is no longer as simple as just posting an ad for job vacancies. It requires robust HR tech to make it work in the best possible way.
Recruitment software, also known as an applicant tracking system (ATS), helps companies run all recruiting processes more effectively. Its efficiency is proven by 98.8% of Fortune 500 companies and other organizations that use ATS to help with almost all the hiring needs one can imagine.
Edtech exploded when the pandemic forced students all over the world to leave the comfort of classrooms. What followed was an unprecedented surge in funding and innovation. But to succeed on the market, you need to be aware of all the pitfalls waiting for edtech startups.
Education is one of the most traditional industries and it is changing before our very eyes. 2020 was a year when people started exploring new ways of learning, and for businesses – new opportunities to cover growing education needs. All this results in further changes for 2021 and beyond.
The education sector is quite conservative and has been slow in adopting new technologies. However, things are starting to change. The global Edtech landscape today is developing by leaps and bounds and requires businesses to adapt on-the-fly.
The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the adoption of technology in most industries. Yet, many companies face digital transformation challenges that slow the process down and make them vulnerable to disruption. Today, we’ll discuss some proven strategies to overcome these digitalization challenges, based on real-life cases.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed how we work, spend, and interact with businesses. Companies that continue to follow a purely offline model are extremely vulnerable to disruption. Without a way to interact with customers and monitor changes in their needs, such ventures risk being overtaken by more agile competitors.
According to Forbes, the global online learning market is expected to reach $325 billion by 2025. With all of the uncertainty around the COVID-19 pandemic, the growth of e-learning might actually be much higher.