Don't steal jobs from computers

Many manual tasks, previously performed by people, are now being replaced by automation or digital tools. Does this mean an end for the traditional office worker? Within the manufacturing sector, automation is well established. Assembly roles previously held by people are increasingly being replaced with machines. One company in China replaced ...

E-rostering in the NHS - challenges and solutions

This winter has seen the NHS placed under pressure in ways never witnessed in modern times. Staff have been pushed to their limits and ward managers have struggled to ensure adequate staffing levels as the pandemic took hold across the UK. As the number of patients in hospitals increased, with many deteriorating rapidly, clinicians have worked r...

Building on a seismic shift in your dealership

2020 was a year of big challenges for car supermarkets and independent used car dealers. From the industry-wide shutdown to adopting a new normal, dealers had to use creativity, ingenuity and fast reactions to stay afloat. Many dealers undertook three years’ worth of change in as little as 3 months, reinventing areas of their businesses quickl...

Is Your Business A Digital Rube Goldberg Machine?

Anyone running a business has ambition, the goal of growth, expansion and of course, smooth operation. Achieving this naturally requires hard work, determination and skill, but what if I told you that these things could all be made redundant if your digital estate isn't in order? In our digitised world, it is crucial to manage your systems and ...

“You’re On Mute!”- A Handy Guide to Video Call Etiquette

As the pandemic rumbles on, we seem destined to spend at least a few more months navigating the tricky world of video calls. By this point, you'd expect most people to have a grasp of the general code of conduct when joining a video call. However, you'd be surprised at just how easily simple etiquette goes out the window when conversations tak...