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All businesses these days are focussed on trying to survive the coronavirus crisis. However, most of this has been about setting up a work-from-home infrastructure, putting appropriate business continuity measures in place, and doing all they can to come out of this with their business still intact.
Over the past several weeks, the world-wide coronavirus pandemic has turned working-from-home from something of a luxury enjoyed by a small percentage of the global workforce to an outright necessity.
The global Covid-19 pandemic finds us at an unprecedented time in history, one that even the most in-depth of business continuity strategies couldn’t have fully predicted nor prepared for.
According to House of Commons library, the total number of private sector businesses in the UK is estimated to be 5.7 million in 2018, and they are all SME’s (small and medium-sized enterprises). They constitute over 99% of all the business.
Any business keeping fewer than 250 employees is an SME.
And there are around 8,000 large business houses with more than 250 employees in the UK. They account for just 0.1% of businesses but 40% of employment and 48% of turnover.
As your business continues to evolve to meet the needs of modern customers, you find yourself on more than one occasion confronted by a common dilemma among SMEs:
To invest in out of hours IT support or not? On the one hand, a number of your fellow business owners frequently talk about
There’s no escaping it. From retail to finance and everywhere in between, digital transformation is on an unstoppable role through a broad cross section of modern industries, including hospitality.
After all, guests well accustomed to today’s always-connected, on-demand society expect not only the usual 24/7 service