In the early days of the software development, everything had to be coded from scratch. Making changes to an application wasn’t a two-minute job, and functionality was limited, to say the least. These days, low-code systems enable anyone to create workflows, online forms and automations, even if they have limited or no coding skills. It’s one of the reasons so many businesses and organisations are opting for low-code systems, and it’s why we think they are the way forward.
Most organisations recognise the benefits of having good systems in place for serving customers. A better customer experience means happier customers and fewer complaints. However, one of the often-overlooked benefits of having good systems is their impact on staff morale.
Meritec take a look at the impact that digital transformation can have on Local Authorities and the services they deliver to residents.
Has Covid sped up the need for digital transformation? The short answer is yes, but you might be surprised by just how much. According to research by McKinsey & Company, the pandemic caused digital offerings to leapfrog seven years of progress in a matter of months. What’s more, organisations that previously thought remote working was out of the question were able to transition up to 40 times faster than they had thought possible. In this article, we’re looking at how Covid has forced organisations to embrace new technologies, the unexpected benefits of forced transformation, and how digital transformation will look in a post-pandemic world.
Technology within the social housing sector is constantly evolving, and now more than ever IT leaders are looking outside of the traditional solutions to improve the customer experience and enable truly flexible working. Meritec will be teaming up with Dave Loudon, one of the sectors most experienced consultants to talk Low-Code and its potential in a thought provoking webinar.
Here we look at whether there is a definite channel shift happening within Local Authorities and Social Housing Organisations. We consider the benefits that channel shifting can afford to different types of orgnasiations with a growing number of customers, citizens, residents and tenants wanting to interact with organisations digitally.
In this article Meritec look at the potential impacts that poor or sub-standard customer service can have on a brands reputation and the moral of it's employees.
Most, if not all organisations are realising that customer experience is a key differentiator and that by adopting digital transformation strategies that put the customer at the heart of everything the organisation does, results in higher satisfaction rates for both customers and employees.