A wave of change has arrived that is making the way we work almost unrecognizable. We believe that today more than ever, organizations can achieve more working together that any single organization can alone. Our digital innovation focuses on multi-institutional collaboration for the new workplace. Our company's mission is to lead employee-focused digital innovation for the future of work.
The COVID-19 pandemic is, among other things, a massive experiment in digital workplaces. The current health crisis is an extreme test of the necessity of many parts of our basic daily routine: commuting, face-to-face meetings, and what it means to be a worker in the modern economy. With social distancing now an imperative, employers’ transition to digital workplaces is poised to remake all of those assumptions, both for the current crisis and beyond.
The digital workplace will likely continue long after the pandemic. Today's technology allows for millions of people to work remotely, at least on a part-time basis. Digital workplaces have been adopted by a range of businesses, governments and not-for-profit organizations. Organizations use digital workplaces to reduce costs (employees do not require an office or a space which needs to be rented or purchased, and incurs additional costs such as lighting, climate control, etc.). Some organizations adopt digital workplaces to improve workers' quality of life, as teleworking typically reduces commuting time. Along with this, digital workplaces may make it easier for workers to balance their work responsibilities with their personal life and family roles (e.g., caring for children or elderly parents).
No organization operates in isolation. By implementing our AI and blockchain-based solutions, organizations can harness and leverage the collective knowledge of permissioned and secured networks of employees, providers and business partners.
Digital innovation is poised to usher in a new way of conducting work that will change the current workplace for better. This innovation allows for groups of organizations to achieve better outcomes together are than any
single organization could achieve alone. From telework to telehealth the advantages created by digital workplaces have become self evident.
Organizations often rely on a complex ecosystem of providers and business partners. Digital innovation makes it possible to re-imagine many of our workplace most fundamental interactions by digitally unifying partner organizations into one more efficient and effective workplace "ecosystem". It can vastly reduce the cost and complexity of getting things done.
Blockchain technology has captured the imaginations of many industries and leading organizations. It makes it possible to re-imagine business interactions (from telehealth to telework) and opens the door to new styles of digital interactions. Blockchain is now illustrating its great potential to vastly reduce the cost and complexity of getting things done across industries and sectors.
Because many of its benefits and opportunities can only be realized through collaboration, blockchain technology has triggered an unprecedented level of cooperation involving cross industry consortia, academia, governments and central banks. Leading organizations have identified the profound value in the unique combination of permissioned trusted networks, immutable encrypted records, privacy, confidentiality and real-time digital workplace transactions.
Blockchain technology has evolved to the stage where it could help overhaul and reshape traditional operating models and potentially increase workplace-based transactional efficiencies by as much as 50%. Combined with smart contracts (self-executing computer programs that only run if certain conditions have been met) blockchain has the ability to create standard business processes, contract execution and electronic documentation.
Leading organizations have identified the profound value in the unique combination of permissioned trusted networks, immutable encrypted records, privacy, confidentiality and real-time digital workplace transactions. Blockchain can add another line of defense to combat fraudulent digital workplace activity through transaction encryption and improved identity validation on top of existing security organizational measures.
Scalability is the property of a technology to handle a growing amount of work by adding resources to the system. In an economic context, a scalable business model implies that an organization can increase transactions given increased resources. In a blockchain-based platform each transaction is carried out immediately.
Motivation solutions are internal or external influences to the workplace that contribute to productivity, satisfaction and meaningful contributions. Our blockchain solutions (such as telehealth and telework) benefit employees from a built-in incentive system in order to help then accelerate the adoption curve.
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