In last weeks blog, we defined Digital Transformation as the shift in a business’s organizational activities, processes, competencies, and models to meet the changes and opportunities in digital technologies with present and future shifts in mind. It is a strategic move towards modernizing one’s business both externally and internally and goes beyond just the technology. A move to just modernize systems without the accompany
In the business world, the only constant is change. Once you think you have it figured out, something else happens to change the way you do business and interact with your customers. Gone are the days of the traveling salesman and cold calling. Customers are demanding what they want and when they want it and how they communicate to get it. Mobility in both customer service and employee productivity is essential in running a successful business.
As we continue to keep you up to speed with the latest in Insurance IT, Cloud technology is the new hot topic under discussion. The question is, does the technology possess the potential to transform the Insurance industry?
Being a part of the industry, you may have been hearing about:
Healthcare providers are under constant pressure to modernize their customer care systems while maintaining very strict compliance regulations. This balancing act has lead more providers to look into cloud solutions for collaboration and innovation. A 2016 HIMSS survey of 105 healthcare organizations found that 50% reported a plan to move to the cloud in the near future.
Being a part of the legal industry, you may have been hearing about the impact of digital transformation.
The question is, how can the technology related to digital transformation help legal firms with the day to day pressures of the business? As industry starts to move toward customer experience, the focus on client needs to be balanced with making sure client information is safe.
What is Hyper-Converged Infrastructure? TechTarget defines it in this article as a type of infrastructure with a software-centric architecture that integrates compute, storage, networking and virtualization resources. These usually are built from scratch and placed in a commodity hardware box that is a supported by a single vendor.
It’s an extremely competitive world out there and not only in the sports arena. Businesses are always looking for ways to capture the interests of their clientele by delivering high quality products, but with tight turnarounds and lowering budgets. To survive, it is essential that businesses innovate and one way they can achieve that is by adopting new technologies like Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and virtual robots.
According to a recent report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 44 million borrowers are struggling with paying back an astounding amount of $1.3 trillion in student debt. As a result, there’s an increasing trend in the average dropout rate in public higher education institutions, as most students cannot justify the costl