Revolutionary change has
been a long time coming.
Covid-19 just hit
In March 2020, our everyday changed overnight.
But hard times have always sparked innovation. And all over the UK, people and organisations adapted in countless incredible ways, with technology at the heart of it all.
How do we keep that momentum going and make sure the UK is ready to thrive in the world after Covid-19?
Together with the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr), we’re on a mission to answer that question.
The £232 billion opportunity
Throughout 2020 we saw organisations everywhere completely reimagine how they do things, often in a matter of days, with digital at the heart of all that change.
We asked Cebr to help us find out what this means for the UK economy. The answer is ‘a lot’, to put it mildly.
In terms of UK GDP, Covid-driven digital change could add:
- £74 billion by 2025
- £232 billion by 2040
But what does this mean for your organisation? And what does it mean for you?
Read our new report to find out.
According to the Centre for Economics and Business Research, Covid-driven digital change could boost the UK economy by 6.9% over the next 20 years.
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Public sector investment :
£75bn boost to the UK Economy
Private sector investment :
12% boost to productivity
Digital transformation projects are powering the economy
Councils nationwide have initiated or advanced transformation programmes to generate real benefits to residents and local businesses, staff and their wider communities.
From a massive rise in remote consultations through to connecting brand new hospitals in record time, healthcare has introduced changes that will now be permanent.
New technologies now provide instant access to real-time information, from when products will arrive on site to how many people are in a building at once.
Digital innovation in retail has the potential to transform the sector, speeding up processes and broadening distribution opportunities.
SMEs and Professional Services
Moving SMEs and professional services from an office-based infrastructure to a cloud-based one generates benefits for staff and customers alike.
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