A look at BDO Canada’s digital transformation journey in partnership with Templafy.
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Innovation is often described as a spark. A sudden flash of creative genius. An “aha moment” when an apple falls on Newton’s head or lightning strikes Franklin’s kite.
Financial services (FS) are on a digital transformation journey. However, before COVID-19, this journey focused mainly on customers, moving their activities from in-person to online.
There’s an old saying: a person with one watch knows the time; a person with two is never sure. The modern version might be something about digital tools — a person with one account knows how to do their work; a person with 175 is seriously overwhelmed.
As we enter the beginning of the end of the pandemic (or is it the end of the beginning?), 80% of CEOs are worried about skill shortages and recruitment.
Between 2019 and 2020, productivity at work increased by 197%. In a year characterized by a rapid shift into remote work and its corresponding digital tools, it’s clear that many people are working harder – or at least more – than ever.
2020 gave businesses who’d previously taken a laid-back approach to digital transformation a sense of urgency, with rapid changes made overnight to ensure employees could work from home and continue ‘business-as-usual.’