CORONAVIRUS
PUSHING BUSINESSES TO GO DIGITAL
THE HAVOCS OF THE UNCONTROLLABLE PANDEMIC

Since its first wave in Wuhan, China it has devastated every single industry ruining the economy and dynamics of the countries.

The adversity of the outbreak is evident from the stats which show around 4% of people being unemployed or laid off from their jobs in the United States of America, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

The prime solution to get a hold on your business progress is how smartly you go digital. The devastation of COVID-19 can only be controlled if you have a strategy to take your business to the digital grounds. With the use of digital tools, you can bring a semblance to normality in your business.

COVID-19 has shut down everything from bars to malls, offices to schools. Countries got locked down for weeks with public places banned and citizens recommended to stay in their home. During this time companies that opted for digital means were able to keep their businesses on the roll. Tools like Zoom, Hangout, mobile applications and many other platforms provided upgraded services to help connect the workforce.

It was the intelligent use of technology that has and is managing to stabilize the performances. Where some of the nations are still struggling to get a hold on the pandemic there are others like Austin, Germany and Switzerland who have stated to have an increased digital transformation during this time, as per the European survey.

You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete!

Pondering on the need of the moment many giant firms like Google and Twitter are all shifted to a work-from-home model of business and are working on creating improvised policies for the employees as well. In the nick of time, you need to rethink and re-evaluate your business aims and focus on what’s more important. It has been observed that employees who are provided with a sound and progressive mode of communication by their companies during the pandemic are more satisfied with their jobs and “96% of them believe that their employer really puts their safety first.”

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