Since the onset of the pandemic, founders and CEOs have been conserving investment capital and concentrating resources on business-critical operations to ensure survival in the midst of the worst financial upheaval the UK has seen in a long time.
Businesses seeking a competitive advantage are no strangers to fast-paced environments, which can make the adoption of new systems and technologies a challenge when conflicting priorities arise.
With the easing of Covid restrictions, small businesses can breathe a collective sigh of relief as they’ll hopefully remain open for the foreseeable future.
Entrepreneur Piers Linney identifies the reasons why SME owners often struggle to embrace technological change.
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Technology is often the key that unlocks growth and success for enterprises. What can small businesses do to ensure that they own the key to their own digital transformation?
By now, you’ve probably heard the anecdote that ‘ten years of digital transformation happened in ten weeks’ due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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 Having a basic understanding of them could, however, stop smaller enterprises defaulting to outdated practices or falling too far behind the curve.