Returning to work: Why recent steps toward digital transformation will stick
If businesses are going to be successful in the post-pandemic market, digital transformation will be key.
By Brian Byer|June 17, 2020 at 10:08 AM
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As the spread of COVID-19 slows down and is contained across the country, a question looming on everyone’s minds is what shape the workplace will ultimately assume when the pandemic is over.
With office parks nationwide shut down and workforces adjusting to performing duties remotely, companies have been forced, whether they like it or not, to assess their ability to digitally transform. This disruption to “business as usual” has served as a wake-up call concerning the increasing role digital transformation will play in our post-pandemic work lives.
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