The numbers of Covid-19 cases in South Africa have increased dramatically and with the lockdown in place there is a lot of concern and worry for companies.
If your small or medium-sized business isn’t set up to allow your workforce to operate remotely, you’re probably feeling a little anxious right about now. Soon you’ll be forced to close your doors for business but still be liable to pay your employees. What would that mean for your bottom line?
For those who have automated their business processes and made their data accessible from anywhere in the world, it will be business as usual, for the most part. Staff can complete tasks at home, meetings can be held regularly and life can go on, while everyone is safe in quarantine. Obviously, this isn’t the case when it comes to manufacturing and similar industries. There’s no doubt that this pandemic will affect each and every business, no matter the size. The question is just, to what extent?
Keeping up with technology is vital for the success of any business. This has become even more clear in recent weeks. Making work conditions flexible and data accessible from anywhere could save your business should disaster strike.
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You might feel like it’s too little too late now, and it probably is in this instance, but who knows what the future holds. Should chaos unleash around us and our world is turned upside down, perhaps your business will have a better chance of surviving the repercussions if your employees are able to perform tasks from home.