Another advantage of new technology is that it allows companies to automate functions that previously required employees. Tasks like data entry and analytics, bookkeeping, and contact management can be partially or completely automated, which allows businesses to work more efficiently without the risk of human error.
There’s a reason that computers replaced typewriters, emails replaced paper mail and faxes, Slack has replaced (some) emails: Communication is king. Companies are constantly looking to improve and accelerate communication, and new technology is built with that need in mind.
With the growth of the freelancer economy – freelancers are expected to become the majority of the U.S. workforce by 2027 – and many companies adopting flexible work-from-anywhere policies, employees need to be able to access technology systems remotely. Implementing the newest technology allows organizations to connect with the best talent, all over the world, instantly.
The goal for any new office technology is to speed up workflow processes, giving your employees the ultimate resource – more time – to focus on the important work.
Businesses best their competitors by being able to respond to data, adapt to changes, and make informed decisions quickly – new technology and analytics give them the tools to do so. Your business simply can’t afford to move at a 1998 or 2008 pace in 2018.
- Aman C.
Reflektive is really user friendly and looks good as a site. It's not clunky and has just the right amount of features without being overwhelming. The reporting feature is also really useful to view usage and determine who our top adopters are. Finally, all the updates that have been made are appreciated and seem to address a lot of the gaps we felt were there early on (such as adding the option for a second manager).
- Laura B.