Since the beginning of 2020, when remote solutions were necessary to keep businesses running and customers safe, digital capabilities have continued to alter the way we engage with and sell to our customers.
Most industries — like entertainment, dining, retail, and even manufacturing — have shifted toward virtual platforms and online ordering. But what if you’re a manufacturer who has yet to modernize your operation? Join us as we highlight how to pivot your company to accommodate online business.
COVID-19 turned the world upside down, impacting the physical and financial health of the world. Adaptation became a must for businesses to survive, which placed the manufacturing industry in a difficult situation as traditional methods became obsolete.
Many businesses closed and filed for bankruptcy, while others had to lay off employees or cut back on their services, which made their competitors poised to take their clientele.
Other factors, such as supply chain issues, created a challenge among manufacturers. Even years after the beginning of the pandemic, 72% of manufacturing executives believe material shortages and supply chain issues will lead to industry-wide uncertainty.
However, manufacturers are resilient. The companies that found success against all odds have done so by pivoting to new solutions, and the operations that have adapted to the digital landscape have proven to be more resilient than their competitors.
Each of these virtual solutions for manufacturers can open up a whole new world of possibilities for your business and customers, allowing your team to provide the best possible service, decrease traditional, costly methods, and increase revenue. An investment in modernization is more than just a quick fix — it’s a long-term commitment to your client base and workforce’s success. Interested in taking your workflows to the next level?