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There isn’t a single person in society who hasn’t been affected by the innovations of technology. The impact on our daily lives is monumental. For a long time, the people coming up with these innovations all looked and thought very much alike. However, the growing diversity within STEM roles means a whole new perspective on projects we wouldn’t have had before. But what does diversity in STEM roles even mean? And more importantly, how do we improve it?
The last few months of the lockdown has highlighted to many businesses their need for digital transformation. Not only the implementation of new software and infrastructure but also the need for comprehensive training for employees in order to maximise results. As we start moving forward into the ‘post COVID world’, it’s likely many businesses will retain some of their new technology focused practises. But what challenges will companies face implementing these changes going forward?
There isn’t a single industry in the country that hasn’t been affected by the Coronavirus outbreak, whether that’s for better or worse. It’s safe to say that during the height of the lockdown, our colleagues in the public transport industry took a heavy knock, with hugely reduced capacity leaving some services empty or non-existent.
We talk a lot at ixRM about how a CRM can make a difference to your business. We’ve discussed the benefits of Microsoft Dynamics 365 in our second blog this week. But we understand there’ll be smaller businesses out there wondering whether it’s worthwhile making the investment in such technology. Whether you’re a large corporation or just starting out, a CRM will transform your way of working.