Founding CEO and President of AINS, overseeing the company’s corporate strategy and product development.
Planning for the future has never been an easy task, but the sudden shift to remote work exposed inefficiencies in the way we work. Businesses that operated primarily or even solely on paper prior to the Covid-19 pandemic found themselves scrambling, and leadership was forced to confront operational backlog or face crippling costs.
Organizations are still feeling the pressure of the pandemic as we look into the next year and beyond, but it also opened up more possibilities for modernization and growth. According to LinkedIn’s 2021 ABM Summit, researchers found that planning for the future of productivity was up 19% from previous years.
It can be tempting to select a handful of programs that, on paper, do everything an organization might require of it. One might be perfect for handling HR processes, while another handles complaint management…