COVID-19 has had a multifaceted impact on the economy. However, it has had an outsized impact on one of the economy’s most vulnerable and easily disrupted components: the supply chain. By necessity, companies must now scramble to integrate digital transformation initiatives into their supply chain management. The adoption of digitization trends helps companies gain three
COVID-19 has brought about radical changes in customer behavior. With branch offices closed indefinitely, financial institutions have been forced to rapidly adopt a digital-first operating model. The pandemic and resulting social distancing have forced the finance industry to adopt enhanced, robust digital transformation initiatives on a drastically accelerated timeline.
The current global situation has had a multifaceted impact on every aspect of our daily lives, changing the way we work and connect with each other forever. Many aspects of our lives and our economy are being rapidly transformed. It is impossible to know exactly what the world will look like post-coronavirus, but one thing
Roughly one-third of rural Americans lack access to high-speed broadband, compared with just 4% of urban Americans. The internet service that many rural Americans can access is slower, has limited capacity for downloading and uploading, and costs more than in urban areas. This prevents millions of Americans from participating in the digital economy and deprives
Analysts agree 5G will significantly increase bandwidth and open up vast opportunities for businesses that do more than just dip in a toe to test the waters. But right now, enterprises in all industries are massing on 5G shores, anxiously eyeing one another to see who will be among the first to take the 5G