The pandemic has accelerated the need to digitise and transform in private and public sector enterprises, moving away from manual processes and on to agile automated processes where continuity can be achieved with zero or minimal disruption.
The pandemic has made us re-think how we do business, how we communicate, how we travel. The unusual circumstances have brought forward the bottlenecks within the supply chain network, all the way to a lack of infrastructure when it comes to a rapid response to a global health crisis.
Digital transformation and technology are going to be the main drivers going into a more resilient future that could weather future storms. The digital transformation had already started before the pandemic, but perhaps regulation and the speed at which technology was being adapted weren't nearly fast enough, allowing us to prototype products and solutions, taking advantage of the time on hand to deliver what's deemed to be essential today and necessity standard tomorrow.