Remote work and the pandemic didn’t start the modern workplace revolution. But it sure moved things along. Covid lockdowns accelerated ways of working that previously seemed to always be part of an idealistic future.
For years, innovation leaders in forward-thinking companies have been exploring ways to implement technology in response to evolving social and economic factors. Companies looking for ways to increase productivity, attract and retain the best workers, and maintain a competitive edge have come to realise that adding new technology is only part of the solution.
PwC Germany (PwC) helps companies fuse technology and processes with a people-first approach to create modern workplaces that really work. The pandemic put their strategies to the test: Employees have found great satisfaction in newly-flexible working arrangements. Some even took advantage of remote work to look for more meaningful occupations, leaving employers scrambling to hire. Companies had to adapt both their systems and management philosophies to keep up with changes brought on by technology.
Learning from the experts
At BitTitan, we’ve been excited to see how MigrationWiz plays a key role in helping PwC Germany clients implement the modern workplace by seamlessly moving all kinds of data to the cloud. In a recent conversation with modern workplace experts Alex Herrera Trujillo, Aljoscha Metzenthin, and Helmut Lehr, we learned about PwC Germany’s holistic approach and got a glimpse into their vision for the future of work.
PwC Germany demonstrates excellence in innovation and the implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology. As such, they have been recognised as a country award winner of the ‘2021 Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards’.
The pandemic has highlighted for many companies the need for a strategic modern workplace approach. We’d like to share what we learned from our partners at PwC Germany with free access to our latest article: Migrating Toward the Modern Workplace. Download it today!
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