Focusing on #WhatsNext… together
As the new shoots of recovery appear, it’s time to plan for future success
Although UK business entered 2021 still in the shadow of the pandemic, the New Year has brought new hope, with vaccinations being rolled out across the country. These first signs of recovery mean that, however you’ve been affected, now’s the time to look forward and plan for a post-COVID future. So what’s next? To help overcome the unprecedented challenges faced last year, many organisations accelerated digital transformation to gain the agility needed to improve the way they work and, where necessary, stay operational and minimise disruption through remote working and collaboration. The challenge this year is to rebound as strongly as possible and make the most of the recovery.
This starts with a business reset – learning from the past year, looking at what strategies were most successful and building on them. Digital technology played a key role, so take stock and review what’s been implemented to identify what’s working best. Then reimagine an ongoing digital transformation strategy that will help make your business adaptable to help you not only accelerate through the recovery, but also successfully navigate your way around future challenges. At Vodafone, we’ve been working with businesses across a range of sectors to help them stay connected, establish what’s next for their digital journey and explore how they can apply technology to help future-proof their operations. In the last edition of VISION, we revealed what future-ready business looks like. Here’s how different sectors are embracing the latest technology to get there, and realising that digital innovation is not just for the pandemic, but for life…
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Transport and Logistics
Improve the safety of staff and customers and increase visibility of remote workers and on-site activity, while ensuring compliance. Monitor stock and track fleets to drive up performance.
Relieve pressure on facilities by enabling at-home diagnosis and treatment, keeping patients and staff safer and increasing access to care. Patient records and sensitive data are also kept safe.
Accelerate the opening of sites and factories and create safer working environments, with assets safeguarded, and increased visibility of operations by enabling 5G and remote IoT sensors.
The latest examples of working with our customers to drive the transformation and adaptability needed in these challenging times… and beyond.
Drone flights deliver coronavirus supplies to rural Scottish hospitals
How 5G will help businesses rule the waves in Plymouth
Flood defence force: Helping the Environment Agency stay connected