After a year of pandemic, everyone is looking forward to a return to normal life. The recovery digitalization plan is a source of hope. In fact, economic recovery and digital transformation are already underway.
According to the latest survey by METI – Mouvement des Entreprises de Taille Intermédiaire, 30% of mid-cap companies have already returned to their pre-crisis levels. Also, 38% of them are expecting an increase in human resources in 2021.
Companies should play a bigger part in economic recovery
The Government has deployed a 100 billion euro plan supposed to accelerate the recovery. It should allow companies to digitalize, innovate, transform themselves, and commit to ecological, and AI (Artificial Intelligence) issues too. This historic effort has been made to accelerate business competitiveness.
Should we release these sums? Absolutely. Any crisis should bring along its share of reflections and transformations.
So, now is a good time to rethink our business models, but also to take advantage of what hasn’t worked in the past to quickly implement agents of change and growth…
Economic recovery will depend on 2 key elements:
- First, our individual and corporate abilities to reinvent ourselves.
- Then, our capacity to leverage new technologies including digital ones to develop our agility and accelerate digital transformation for better productivity.
Although dramatic, the pandemic has been an opportunity for transformation for all companies. It has fostered many great projects, from corporate reorganization, digital transformation and business model evolution to drastic change in work codes. Massive, cost-oriented integration of digital technology for the benefit of productivity and effectiveness is just getting started.
The trend is here, and companies have taken the lead, supported or not by the recovery plan.
Talentia is not to be outdone. With more than 30 positions opened in Paris, Milan, and Zurich combined with an acceleration of SaaS and the integration of new technologies such as RPA, BI, or AI… We have made major changes to bring out new successes. Together with all of our teams, we have made tough decisions, painful even sometimes. To prepare for the future, we knew we had to take action.
Leading the way through digital transformation
Talentia is not to be outdone. With more than 30 positions opened in Paris, Milan, and Zurich combined with an acceleration of SaaS and the integration of new technologies such as RPA, BI, or AI… We have made major changes to bring out new successes.
Together with all of our teams, we have made tough decisions, painful even sometimes. To prepare for the future, we knew we had to take action. We knew we had to invest, innovate, and reinvent ourselves to generate value for our customers and employees alike.
To prepare for the post-Covid era, companies are reshaping their strategies. They are going forward with digital transformation. Recovery is here, within reach. Recovery implies critical responsibilities: commitment, drive, determination, and conviction. These are all values demonstrated by employees during the crisis and now that the economy is recovering.
Pierre Polette, CEO of Talentia Software
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