Many experts believe that most technologies that shined last year will have a major role to play in the upcoming years. These technologies will allow the companies to provide their customers with more secure and reliable access to resources.
Let’s take a look at some of the technologies that remerged in 2020 that will prove their worth in the years to come.
This coronavirus pandemic will go away and a period of normalcy will return again. At that time, will sales be identical to what it was before COVID-19? The pandemic changed how we live and sell, plus it upended sales processes. In-person discussions might not occur in the same way as it did before for quite a while. Remote presentations are part of the new normal, and sales engagement programs are important.
Small businesses in America have suffered huge losses due to the crisis. Although the unprecedented times put them through extreme hardships, this can also be seen as an opportunity to work on crisis communication plans that would be useful in the future when unexpected events like a personal emergency or natural disaster occur.
Here are some of the ways to retain the relationship with your customers during this time.
One of the things that people responding to the COVID-19 pandemic demonstrates is that people don’t need to be physically present in the office to be resourceful. They can do their office jobs from home as efficiently as they did from offices before the pandemic. However, work from home isn’t a practical option for all. Healthcare workers, production employees, and retail workers have to be physically present at the location in order to do their jobs.
The coronavirus pandemic has dismantled industrial workplaces and remote work culture is one of the most visible changes among other regulations that came into effect due to the pandemic. Remote work is going to stay around for a while, at least until the pandemic is gone. Have you ever thought of the benefits your business would get by continuing work from home policy beyond the pandemic?