There’s no denying that technology is powerful. Whatever you do – develop software, sell something, provide writing services, or participate in live streams – these days, gadget use is a must.
It is fascinating to observe how our world has changed in the last few decades. A new term has been coined to call this new way of conducting business – “digital economy.” It is unlikely that anyone will be able to summarize the digital economy simply by receiving reports. After all, the digital economy is understood as a fundamental change in the activities of an enterprise with the help of such innovative technologies as clouds, mobility, big data, the Internet of things, blockchain, etc.
Let’s take a look at how they are changing the traditional areas of the organization.
In our age, time is costly, and this type of sale can significantly increase the popularity of a separate tent.
It is also necessary to say about mobile technologies, which allow the seller anywhere and at any time to promptly communicate with corporate systems and track changes in prices, items, stock availability, etc.
Also, developing a new retail product also begins with identifying customer preferences. To do this, you can use a method such as crowdsourcing. Its appearance is also associated with the development of the Internet because only the Internet allows attracting a huge number of people – the crowd (“crowd”) to this or that activity.
There are various ways to attract people. For example, a picture on T-shirts can be determined through crowdfunding. One company did that, and those who won the competition and whose design went into production in the early stages of business development received T-shirts with this design for free and a certain percentage of sales as the manufacturing company developed later on.
In project work, project management systems and modern communication tools, such as video conferencing, have become indispensable, allowing distributed teams to work on a product.
The Internet these days allows you to organize the operational management of production effectively. But, in addition, it requires equipping the goods with the ability to connect to the Web.
Mobile technologies allow field engineers to receive operational information from the knowledge base about the availability of spare parts in the warehouse, about the next order. With their help, the service company becomes mobile and customer-oriented and can help them fix the problem quickly and efficiently.
The use of analytical systems can give enormous benefits here, too, allowing you to identify the best service methods, for example, the best performers and the fastest and most convenient routes. The analysis of the life of spare parts allows you to choose the best suppliers and the timing of orders – more accurately, plan the work.
It is important to remember that mobile communication makes companies flexible and brings them closer to their customers. Analytical systems help obtain complete information about the client and the processes taking place in the company and expand the possibilities of analysis using artificial intelligence systems and modern mathematical and software tools.
To sum everything that’s been said above, modern IT forces companies to be fast and innovative, not to be afraid of the new and use it to benefit themselves and their customers. Fast, effective communication and management are keys to success in today’s harsh world of corporate giants. Who knows what technology will bring next?