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As the dust beings to settle in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, many SMEs are facing the reality of uncertain market conditions, increasing economic instability, and a shifting business landscape.
Patrick Sarnacke, Managing Director at Thoughtworks UK, a global technology consultancy, discusses how tech proficient businesses that discuss technology frequently have a distinct advantage as we re-emerge from the pandemic
It isn’t a question of being ‘modern’ or ‘old school’. Today, you can’t lead a successful business without being tech-fluent.
Busy with day-to-day operations, it’s easy for a small business to feel disconnected from big tech trends. Having a basic understanding of them could, however, stop smaller enterprises defaulting to outdated practices or falling too far behind the curve.
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