To respond to this accelerated need for digital transformation, companies should lean on available federal and state tax incentives as a way to secure much-needed funding.

Even as large segments of our country’s workforce begin their transition back to the office, companies are coming to terms with the fact that in some instances, remote work may be necessary. However, 41% of employees in America said they would actually prefer a long-term hybrid model, with the flexibility to work both in person and from home, as opposed to a fully remote schedule.

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