Adrian Bradley discusses how technology can help reactivate business operations after lockdown
“Technology has a huge part to play in the return to work. This will be an enterprise resource planning challenge.”
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the crucial challenge organisations had to overcome was the ability to scale infrastructure to facilitate remote working. Contrastingly, now that we are in the recovery phase, a focus on returning to the workplace is presenting an enterprise resource planning challenge, balancing the availability of employees with the readiness of locations, the availability of their supply chain and market demand.
In our video, Adrian Bradley, Director, CIO Advisory, considers the role technology can play in helping organisations respond to the challenges returning to the workplace will present:
We are helping clients address these challenges right now and importantly, we are also using technology to ensure our own employees feel confident to return to the workplace at the right time. We are developing a return to work app which will guide employees through a risk assessment, where we can leverage this data and help us optimise how we return to work. This technology will be made available to our clients as we move through this period.
For further information and suggested actions on how to reactivate your business operations and build sustained resilience, take a look at our resilience guide.
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