CIOs at Universities and K-12 schools understand the importance and urgency of digital transformation. There’s tremendous opportunity to radically improve the student experience within the institution.
There’s a lot of confusion on what exactly digital transformation means when it comes to education.
Schools must be very careful when they plan activities for students. Whether it’s a study tour, sports activity or even simply using the student’s personal information for a media event, it is of utmost importance that the school first gets the necessary consent forms signed from the parents to avoid any confusion later.
Change is inevitable. Business speed is accelerating relentlessly. Think about it: Uber and AirBnb didn’t really exist 10 years ago. Today, they’re giants that have caused massive upheaval in major, entrenched industries.
Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America (PMMA) has been providing quality senior services to residents of Kansas and Missouri for more than 65 years. PMMA’s 2,200 employees work tirelessly to provide vibrant, quality living to more than 2,300 seniors across 17 communities.
As customers interact with your organization online, they often do so using forms. To be truly interactive and useful, these forms need to connect with and access data from internal systems – often SQL databases. Database forms, especially as part of business processes, allow you to bring your operations much closer to the customer and that’s a crucial part of world-class customer service.
The hype around robotic process automation (RPA) seems to be at an all-time high, and RPA is a crucial component of digital transformation initiatives everywhere. After all, who doesn’t want robots? But how exactly does it work, and when should you use it in your organization?
We have entered a world where talent will always be scarce. One of your top 2019 priorities should be to create a concrete plan to identify and eliminate activities that employees won’t be doing in 2020, so your top talent can focus on the things that matter.
Got a kid in school? You’re probably used to him or her bringing home pieces of paper to sign. More often than not, these are parental consent forms for everything from a field trip to media release to athletic participation.