Throughout the accountancy sector, companies are struggling to optimise a hybrid working approach in a way that supports employees’ efficiency and productivity.
Difficulties in connecting with colleagues, sharing files, accessing key applications and participating in video calls can quickly hold staff, and therefore businesses, back.
Accountancy firms are looking for an effective hybrid working model, but few have fully optimised their approach. We bring together different technologies to best support your desired way of working.
With your current cloud and on-premise applications and future remote and office connectivity needs at the forefront, we'll devise the perfect solution for your individual needs.
“It says a great deal when your IT partner understands your requirements better than you do."
Hybrid working is a mix of in-office, at home and on the move work.
Many people use the terms Digital Workspace and Digital Workplace interchangeably, but there are key differences which are important to understand as we move into the era of hybrid working.
Definitions tend to vary wildly. But as the name suggests, workplaces are more commonly associated with the physical locations in which employees work. Workspaces on the other hand, are not defined by a physical location. And are more commonly associated with a virtual environment in which work is done.
It’s a subtle difference, but one which signals a departure from thinking of work as a location - and it's a mindset that will need to be fostered and encouraged to establish a hybrid working model that is fit for the future of legal work.
Digital Workplaces make hybrid working easier, more flexible and more productive for employees throughout a workforce. But the advantages don’t stop there:
Better employee experiences.
Reliable service delivery
More efficient IT spend
Improved productivity and collaboration
Higher talent retention and acquisition