The Internet of Things has exploded over the past few years. The term IoT refers to the implementation of sensors and technology into everyday objects. A good example of this is the Apple Watch. There was a time where watches had one function which was to tell time. As technology developed now watches are able to receive phone calls, messages, emails and track fitness activity. So where did the concept of IoT come from?
Have you noticed the recent increase in use of cell phones and tablets to streamline tasks in organizations lately? Unified Communications have pushed digital transformation forward by allowing schools, churches, and restaurants to use mobile devices to communicate more efficiently and effectively.
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Government entities are oftentimes behind the curve when it comes to technology due to having a limited budget.
Many states are beginning to make changes to the way their customers can communicate by developing an app similar to Alexa and Siri. The goal is to make it voice interactive so the public can access services throughout the community. According to Strategic Partnership Inc in this article there will be an array of types of services from digital drivers licenses to municpal services.
Today's customer is more tech savvy and mobile than ever. If you aren't embrace technology within your contact center, your competition might be. We've been discussing more and more over the past few weeks about the omnichannel experience and digital transformation. Today we wanted to give you a strategy checklist to help you begin transitioning into building your digital strategy. The handout lists a few ways digital transformation can impact your business, employees and customers. You can download it here or click ont the picture. If you want to learn more, reach out to us for a quick technology assesment.
Digital transformation is a topic noted mostly by how a business talks to its clients. However, an employee has to have the right tools to be able to make that interaction better. Transforming the workplace into an environment that makes an employee productive and upbeat creates a better customer interaction. That environment can be moved to a virtual workplace, or simply making changes to an existing office. Here are a few ways companies fail in creating efficiency within their workspaces.