The retail business has been subjected to evolutionary pressure for years now, resulting in innovation on the part of landlords, storefronts, retail operations, service providers, and suppliers alike. Now more than ever before, retail will need to re-invent itself, again, if it has to weather this pandemic storm.

The long term social, economic and health impacts of the COVID-19 virus are still evolving.


Most organizations have turned to telecommuting and/or work-from-home options for their employees during the COVID-19 crisis. However, this also provides avenues for malicious cyber-attacks during and after the crisis. Read this blog post to know what security measures organizations can take to augment their cyber resiliency post the pandemic.


The new norms of social distancing have, and will, impact how we travel. Aviation is one of the foremost industries that has been affected and it must strategize to put this crisis behind. With the World Economic Forum stating that international flight restrictions will cost the industry $880 billion the industry must overcome this situation and move forward. Learn more here.


During times of crisis, it’s important that every essential workload that can be automated, must be automated. With automation, this becomes the norm under which organizations are structured. As processes evolve, intelligent automation will take the form of “digitalCOLLEAGUE”, whose core mantra is to empower the human potential and to remove operational complexity. In the rapidly emerging era of uncertainty and volatility of business operations, the role of the “digital colleague” is to support human ideas while reducing human effort.