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Businesses invest in technologies to support a remote workforce

A year ago, many organisations were suddenly faced with a completely remote workforce. They had to make changes and adapt to the unrolling situation at a rapid pace. Over the following 12 months, businesses around the globe have had to transform faster than they could have ever anticipated.

Businesses require new tools to enable their employees to operate as normal and from anywhere. DocuWare has seen first-hand an increase in demand for cloud-based document management solutions and automation technologies. For example, there has been increased interest in automating invoice processing tasks and better cybersecurity that still enables employees to import, share, approve, collaborate and store business documents.

The surging global demand for DocuWare Cloud across all regions demonstrates that remote working, process automation, document management and digital transformation is here to stay. For example, since the 2020 lockdown, France has led the way in DocuWare cloud customers with growth numbers of +50%, Spain and the DACH countries (Austria, Germany and Switzerland) follow closely with growths of 49%, the UK growth is 32% while the Americas region exhibits growth of 28%.

“The pandemic has had an unprecedented effect on businesses.” Dr. Michael Berger, President of DocuWare commented. “With remote working being the new normal, cloud technology ensures that businesses can continue with minimal disruption.”

With many countries still in some form of lockdown, remote working is likely to continue for most industries for the foreseeable future. Cloud solutions for document management will help almost any modern company keep employees happy and productive in 2021 and beyond.

This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by DocuWare .

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