Going digital can help streamline customer data intake, reduce costs, and deliver a better customer experience.
It’s no secret going digital is the only way forward.
When it comes to insurers and financial institutions… going digital can help streamline customer data intake, reduce costs, and deliver a better customer experience.
Gary Chan, VP of North American Sales at EasySend joined us to discuss how financial institutions going digital to help customers and reduce costs.
In the Ticker News Insight interview, Gary shares EasySend’s key trends driving the need for digitalisation and how it streamlines customer data intake, cuts costs, and enhances the customer experience.
Learn how EasySend’s no-code platform simplifies complex processes and forms effortlessly. Hear success stories of organisations achieving remarkable results with EasySend. Join us to unlock the secrets of thriving in the digital era and revolutionise your customer data intake.
The fun and class of electric sports vehicles
Can electric vehicles (EVs) really be fun? The answer is an exhilarating yes.
Whilst EVs tend to be heavier than their petrol counterparts due to the weight of batteries, and they often lack the distinctive roar associated with traditional sports cars, leaving some enthusiasts missing that auditory thrill.
But fear not, petrolheads, for the future holds promises of electric joyrides tailored just for you. Take the upcoming Hyundai Ioniq 5 N, set to make waves in Australia. This electric marvel boasts tricky software that replicates the sensation of gear shifts and a symphony of speakers that mimics the throaty growl of a petrol hot hatch.
The road ahead is also paved with electric roadsters, including the next-gen Porsche Boxster and even the iconic Mazda MX-5, which is set to go electric with a range-extending rotary petrol generator.
The magic ingredient? As batteries shed weight, and software evolves, the focus is shifting towards delivering true driving engagement. The evolving landscape of EVs promises an experience that goes beyond just speed.
For those who can’t imagine a track without the unmistakable hum of combustion power, fear not. Alternatives are in the works. Porsche and Formula One, titans in the racing world, are rapidly embracing carbon-neutral and CO2-reducing e-fuels, ensuring that the thrill of high-speed competition remains while minimising environmental impact.
In conclusion, the journey towards making EVs fun is well underway. As technology advances, and the automotive industry continues to innovate, the future of driving promises not just efficiency but an electrifying experience for petrolheads and eco-conscious enthusiasts alike. Get ready to plug in and rev up the fun!
Surge of under-40s launching businesses
A growing number of individuals under the age of 40 are diving headfirst into the world of entrepreneurship.
This phenomenon is catching the attention of economists, sociologists, and business experts alike. But what’s driving this surge in young entrepreneurs, and what does it mean for the future of business?
One key factor behind this trend is the accessibility of technology and the rise of the digital age. With the internet providing a wealth of information and resources at their fingertips, millennials and Gen Zers are empowered to turn their innovative ideas into tangible businesses more easily than ever before.
From e-commerce ventures to tech startups, the barriers to entry have significantly lowered.
Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has played a role in pushing young entrepreneurs towards self-employment.
As traditional job markets faced uncertainty and layoffs, many individuals sought to take control of their financial futures by starting their own ventures. The flexibility of remote work and the ability to pivot quickly in response to changing circumstances have further fueled this entrepreneurial spirit.
But beyond economic factors, there’s also a generational shift in mindset at play.
Younger generations prioritize work-life balance, personal fulfillment, and social impact, which can be more readily achieved through entrepreneurship. They’re driven by a desire to make a difference and are willing to take calculated risks to do so.
Why business reliance matters amidst a crisis
Businesses today face unprecedented challenges, from global pandemics to economic turbulence.
Yet, some companies not only survive but thrive during these crises. The secret lies in their ability to harness the power of business resilience.
Business resilience is the capacity to adapt to disruptions while maintaining core operations. It’s not just about surviving; it’s about emerging stronger. Resilient businesses anticipate challenges, implement robust strategies, and pivot when necessary. This proactive approach turns adversity into a competitive advantage.
Take, for example, the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies with strong resilience strategies quickly shifted to remote work, embraced digital transformation, and diversified their supply chains. These actions enabled them to serve customers effectively while competitors struggled.
Key factors in building business resilience include agile leadership, robust risk management, and a culture of innovation. Resilient businesses foster employee engagement, promote cross-functional collaboration, and continuously adapt to changing landscapes.
In today’s unpredictable world, business resilience isn’t a luxury; it’s a necessity. Companies that invest in resilience not only weather storms but also position themselves as industry leaders. #money matters
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