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Covid-19 Illustrates the need for Digital Transformation

It’s no surprise that COVID-19 has had a massive impact on businesses of all kinds. Companies around the world are challenged to maintain day-to-day processes without the luxury of face-to-face interaction. Despite this challenge, businesses still need to deliver results to their customers. While many people have resorted to using video technology such as Zoom or Google Hangouts, it’s clear that virtual meetings aren’t enough to run operations as effortlessly as they need to be. Companies are beginning to realize that in order to perform as they did before COVID-19 struck the world, a full digital transformation is necessary.

Yes, Coronavirus’ impact was unprecedented, but we live in a world that’s technologically advanced. So why has it been so difficult for businesses around the world to adjust to a work environment that is one hundred percent online? Perhaps it’s because companies have had a mindset of, ‘if it’s not broken, don’t fix it.’ That viewpoint works until something like COVID-19 hits, where, in fact, something does break. IT World Canada CIO Jim Love noted that “sometimes it takes a crisis to turn people’s mindsets around.” And that’s exactly what the Coronavirus has done to businesses around the world. Executives everywhere are changing their mindsets when it comes to digital transformation.

Enter Susco Solutions, a software company specializing in custom solutions for businesses. Susco works to automate business processes, including building web-based apps, mobile workforce apps, and integrating disparate systems. A company needing to digitize their everyday operations can utilize Susco’s services to make working from home more seamless. Lean on Susco’s expertise during this time to bolster your company’s digital transformation and continue delivering results.

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