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The healthcare industry has evolved faster in the last few months than it has over the past 30 years. From embracing new forms of patient engagement and care delivery to the structure of supply chains, everything has changed, so what does the future look like?
An unprecedented surge in demand
The coronavirus may have been the catalyst the healthcare industry needed. As social distancing has become mandatory, services like
The automotive sector is not likely to return to the way it was before the pandemic. What have the effects been so far and how will this change the structure of the sector?
A year of unpredictability
The coronavirus pandemic has created a global chain reaction of events that’s had a swift and significant impact on the automotive industry. According to
Advancements in logistics, infrastructure, communications and IT have led to significant improvements in supply chain management. Economic uncertainty has tested many key industries as of late, but they have demonstrated impressive resilience and adaptability. However, digital transformation presents a new challenge that requires a very specific response.
What is digital transformation, exactly? In short, it’s the implementation of new technologies to accelerate business functions such as operations, sales and customer service, and distribution