Professional services organisations could arguably be the most time aware people in the workforce today, due in no small part to the fact that they generally bill per hour. To most professional services, time is money in the most literal sense.
When websites were first introduced as a business tool, we all knew of the (sometimes very vocal) opinions of its detractors. “They’ll never take off.” Or “It’s just a gimmick.” Or even “It’s a waste of money that provides little to no benefit to my business.”.
Technology has changed the way we work and operate, at home, at work and yes… at school. In our personal lives, almost everyone has access to information previously reserved for scholars and academics – the world’s entire vast wealth of information – via the internet.
We’ve crossed the finish line for the 2015/16 financial year, and we’ve seen some very interesting technological advancements made available to organisations. The question isn’t whether or not the technology’s out there – it’s what will really make a difference in the modern workplace.