|Event Date||Thu Jan 27 EST (in 8 days)|
According to one report companies lose up to 30% of their revenues as a result of inefficiencies. This equates to millions in lost income every year which could be better spent creating new products, hiring new employees or bringing in new customers. Companies who undertake effective, digital transformation can create an internal infrastructure that prevents the unnecessary waste of time and resources by automating simple tasks. Deploying the right technology, in the right way, can create a foundation for sustainable business growth that allows a company to organically expand without the need for constant digital change.
In the wake of COP26 and the ambitious yet vital sustainability targets set out for the private sector, it is key that companies find ways they can cut back on their carbon footprint. Digitising business processes allows companies to better track their data, enabling them to reduce waste, achieve savings, and become more sustainable.
This digital webinar hosted by the Financial Times and in partnership with TripActions will discuss how companies can undergo internal digital transformation that sets them up for both short term and long term growth. We will also touch upon how digitising internal operations can help a company become more sustainable and reduce their carbon footprint.
Executive Vice President of Finance, Corporate Controller, TripActions
Chief UK Business Correspondent, Financial Times