Covid-19 has accelerated the digital shift

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Without these digital tools and technologies, there would be few ways through which we would be able to work, learn, shop and exercise.
Without these digital tools and technologies, there would be few ways through which we would be able to work, learn, shop and exercise.

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It takes a few taps on your smartphone to order dinner, book a ride or pay a bill. These convenient technological solutions have been accelerated by the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, and continue to connect people to their worlds during nationwide lockdowns and physical distancing regulations.

Without these digital tools and technologies, there would be few ways through which we would be able to work, learn, shop and exercise. More than that, adding value to the lives of consumers and employees would merely be a pipe dream. Cleonè Bakker writes about how the digital economy has enabled businesses to create value for consumers and employees during the pandemic and into the future

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