Full length photo of Alan Shaw, Regional Account Manager at Apogee Corporation meeting and shaking hands with Russell Borthwick, Chief Executive of Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce / AGCC
Apogee to Acquire Kent-based Direct-Tec Group
29 March 2021
Full length photo of Alan Shaw, Regional Account Manager at Apogee Corporation meeting and shaking hands with Russell Borthwick, Chief Executive of Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce / AGCC
Direct-Tec Group Customers – Welcome to Apogee
1 June 2021
Full length photo of Alan Shaw, Regional Account Manager at Apogee Corporation meeting and shaking hands with Russell Borthwick, Chief Executive of Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce / AGCC
Apogee to Acquire Kent-based Direct-Tec Group
29 March 2021
Full length photo of Alan Shaw, Regional Account Manager at Apogee Corporation meeting and shaking hands with Russell Borthwick, Chief Executive of Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce / AGCC
Direct-Tec Group Customers – Welcome to Apogee
1 June 2021

How Digital Transformation is revolutionising the modern workplace

Digital Transformation is reshaping every aspect of the modern organisation, giving it a level of transparency that was unfamiliar five years ago, but what does it mean for the modern workplace?

 

Digital Transformation has been key to the success of flexible working.

The accelerated adoption of digital technologies has transformed the way businesses operate as they realise the benefits delivered by this new way of working from efficient processes to enhanced security measures. Digital Transformation was all but a buzzword ten years ago, frequently used by those who were going through systematic or large process changes within their business.

Fast forward to 2018 and the former buzzword quickly became a hot topic of conversation amongst those keeping their business in line with the many digital advancements we are now accustomed to. 2020 was the year of change for almost every organisation as the effects of the global pandemic took their toll. The overnight adoption of remote working put those already on their digital transformation journey in a real position of power, and made those pondering changes have no choice but to jump! 

For more information, download the full whitepaper below.

 

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How to reduce employee attrition in the hybrid working world

With a fifth of UK workers at high risk of leaving their jobs in 2024, and a further 12% expecting to leave before 2026, it’s increasingly clear that staff retention strategies require a rethink. Flexible working will be crucial for reducing turnover – providing, of course, that it is implemented effectively.
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Want stronger data security? Invest in smoother hybrid working

Though high employee satisfaction is a benefit associated with hybrid working, many CIOs are still hesitant to invest in tools for easing digital collaboration – despite the fact that this tech would also enable them to tackle persistent issues concerning data security.

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