With 2023 sneaking up on us, you’ll need to consider the many challenges that businesses will face as we move into the new year. Many of these challenges can be remedied simply by implementing the right technology solutions, too!
Inflation and Supply Chain Issues Will Linger
COVID-19 has impacted the global economy on a scale which will continue to impact businesses well into the new year. Many of these issues will be worsened by the ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia. Businesses will need to take inflation and supply chain issues into account when implementing new technology, but how can you do this effectively?
Whenever a certain level of risk is involved with your business, you need to be able to conduct an examination of how likely the risk is to impact your operations. By performing these tests, you’ll be able to mitigate risk more effectively.
Customer Experience and Sustainability Take Front and Center
While customer experience and sustainability have always been important, 2023 will see them become a major priority for businesses. More focus is being placed on social and environmental issues than ever before, and this trend will continue to influence policies and procedures within your organization. This is especially important for your business’ relationship with external groups and even amongst your technology providers.
Similarly, your customers, clients, and prospects all want to know that you are operating with the environment in mind, all while ensuring that they receive an impressive customer experience. This will require that your business invests in the right technology solutions to streamline workflows. Automation, for example, can be used to free up employees to focus on these critical elements of business.
You’ll Need to Invest in Employee Retention
The pandemic has brought many issues with the workplace that have hidden just below the surface for too long, like burnout and other mental health problems that the workplace can create or exacerbate. Whether it’s combating “the Great Resignation” or “quiet quitting,” it’s up to you to ensure that your team is satisfied enough to stick around and perform their duties the way you expect them to.
In other words, you need to make an effort to provide your team with meaningful and fulfilling work. A hybrid workplace can go a long way toward making this happen, but upward mobility and better pay or benefits can also be a good incentive.
Let Us Help You With These Issues
No matter what the next year brings, Dresner Group can help your business with whatever technology it needs to overcome the challenges presented. To learn more, reach out to us at (410) 531-6727.