Reinventing Digital Economy: Remote Working Is One Way To Start The Revolution
IT/Telecom - Software 24th November 2020
The evolving Next-gen technologies comprising cloud, artificial intelligence, machine learning, digital commerce or wireless communication technology are leading the world to a new digitized era that we’ve never seen before. Undoubtedly, it is revolutionizing the society in myriad ways that we could have hardly even imagined just a few years ago.
We now live in a “digital and ultra-tech society” that is always connected, always changing and redefining itself. The digital revolution has taken by storm all aspects of our daily lives and most importantly the way we work and how we work is one of the areas where disruption is the strongest.
But, the challenges that arise due to this disruption also comes with the opportunities that businesses can make the best use of to stay ahead in the competition.
Due to the Covid-19 crisis, the world of work to keep the pace with the digital revolution has changed drastically. It is now time for organizations to become flexible and adaptive in order to survive and thrive in this competitive industry.
According to Gartner CFO Survey of 317 CFOs and Finance revealed that 74% will move at least 5% of their previously on-site workforce to permanently remote positions post-COVID 19.
Remote Working-Stepping Stone towards the Digital Revolution
Remote work is a new reality for many businesses around the world. Is your business prepared for this paradigm shift? It's' time for big businesses and startups to get a bit serious about the remote work revolution evolving right now and reshaping the future for modern businesses.
It has changed the logistic landscape of the modern workplace, quickly becoming the new standard by which businesses operate, teams collaborate, and employees work outside single office space.
This paradigm has migrated the traditional workplace into a virtual workspace completely. It embraces the higher expectations and increased values of the businesses.
Perks Businesses can enjoy with remote working:
The remote working trend comes with numerous benefits. There are so many great aspects of being a remote team for both your business and team members. It is truly a winning situation. See how business can enjoy the perks of remote working.
Remote workers can be more productive
Remote hiring allows you to select the best-talented professional for a job to be done. You are not bound by the geographical location. The team you build and work with is made up of expert and experienced employees.
Also, the flexible working hours helps them to deliver high-quality work in less time. Working in their own workspace allows people to find the environment that inspires them to give their best to your business.
The key objective for most of the businesses is to minimise costs and produce higher productivity.
A reduction in office space, materials and resources needed will create savings for your business. The remote worker also saves money on your commute, food and other costs if you work remotely. When seen the overall increase in worker productivity, business leaders find that they get more work done at a lower cost.
Work with Exceptional talented and diverse team
Having a team from all across the globe and from different cultures helps avoid the kind of problems that a work monoculture can bring.
Remote work brings people with different professional backgrounds, expertise and experiences, which all collectively work to raise your business growth. Each remote worker uses their expertise and learning when developing software. With greater insights, cultural differences can actually strengthen your team.
Why did the remote working revolution arrive?
“Freelancers” is the older term that existed for years. Modern digital era comprised of “skilled and smart remote workers” that organizations are visualizing profitable for the businesses right now. As they serve them with great expertise in performing niche tasks.
Business leaders are reimagining remote teams virtual collaboration, future ways of working and innovation.
Thanks to the high-speed internet connectivity that we have in this fast running digital world. 5G, cloud computing, wearable technology, networking etc. are the technologies that have changed the way we connect and communicate with each other.
Remote workers can now easily communicate and collaborate with other in-house teams when doing software development. Remote Teams can now work in more flexible and agile ways and get results in real-time.
It is a belief that letting employees work from home will equate to lower productivity. However, the vice-versa is true.
Working from home leads to less distraction, less overhead cost and more productivity.
Remote workers can choose freely as where they want to work and when they want to work. They can work from anywhere they want and they are most focused to do the job fast and efficiently.
Expert Pool Of Talent
Hiring remotely benefits the companies with the diverse and experienced talent of the pool. It empowers business from a wide variety of insights. It allows companies to build robust and scalable teams of talented professionals that are not restricted by zone or time. The cultural diversity of talent increases creativity and improves employee engagement.
We are in the midst of a big revolution taking place throughout the world. Remote Workers are becoming more in demand than full-time resources. Remote Teams are becoming more globally distributed as collaboration tools improve. Office spaces are emptying leading to the origin of new workspaces.
As the remote working revolution is gaining momentum, it leads to a big change in the business work process models.
Remote Working is an immediate outcome of the digital revolution that has taken place due to the pandemic. It provides a seamless option to collaborate and engage the teams to get the job done faster and lays a positive impact on productivity. No matter where you are and what are you doing, remote working can help you work from anywhere.
Though it is truly a win-win situation for both remote workers and businesses.