As a consequence of the “New Normal” due to the Covid-19 situation, we all have recognized that our behaviour and our expectations as customer have been dramatically changed. Customers expect more now than ever reliable and on time arrival of shipments, both in personal and business life.
This year has been all about refocusing our priorities. What we used to focus on is no longer what’s always most important – a lesson that was learned under tough circumstances, but will impact many of us in positive ways for years to come.
Save the Children are incredible changemakers, helping children from the most vulnerable sections of society, across the world. In India specifically, they’re taking crucial steps to ensure children can enjoy basic rights, not just surviving but thriving, and being protected from any form of harm.
HR professionals have never faced a bigger challenge – or had a better opportunity for reform – than the Covid-19 pandemic. People Management, in partnership with Oracle, explores how HR strategy and cloud-based digital technology can empower businesses for a successful post-pandemic future.
Throughout lockdown, deliveries were a lifeline to millions. Hermes discusses their chatbot solution with Oracle Cloud Services, and how it allowed them quickly scale our chatbot to the demands of the business.
In 2019 the Department for Education published and ‘EdTech Strategy’. The strategy flagged that, all too often, technology enabled business change across the education sector failed to deliver value for money or the benefits sought.
A healthy supply chain delivers value to the customer and every agent within it. But even the smallest issues can cause disruption and a rebound effect – impacting everything. For example, “abnormal” bad weather during transportation can delay parts availability, which will in turn push back finished goods’ delivery dates for the end-user.