New technologies, evolving customer demands, societal shifts, and the COVID-19 pandemic are rapidly changing the business landscape. These factors paved the way for new innovations that can help companies cope with the demands of their target audience using technology and modern resources.
2023 Innovations that will change businesses
1. Adoption of Disruptive Technology
Robots that have Artificial Intelligence powers are said to be rising this year. Now that these robots can now accomplish tasks previously completed by humans only, employers are left to figure out the balance between the robots and their human employees.
When employers properly know what roles and responsibilities robots and humans have respectively, their business will surely flourish.
Now that everything seems to be possibly done online, cyber security has been strengthened.
However, since work has been almost done entirely remotely, different kinds of cyberattacks have been destructing the systems and software of businesses, whether they may be start-ups or have been in the industry for years.
3. Professional Employer Organization
Professional Employer Organizations, aka PEO, will be on the rise this 2023.
PEOs provide companies with HR and admin tasks and functions. Some of these functions are but are not limited to payroll, benefits, taxes, training, and compensation.PEOs are considered to be co-employment to companies. With these arrangements, start-ups no longer need to worry about mastering the whole aspects of human resource management. Instead, businesses can now focus on improving their growth.
PEOs for start-ups are considered to be one of the most important innovations for this year because it allows businesses to focus on marketing and strategizing their products or services. Removing the unnecessary burden that HR tasks and functions bring to employers and employees.
4. Remote Work
OK not new but trending nonetheless. This trend is real because it serves vested interests on both sides of the equation, especially as US continues to fail to manage traffic (and associated pollution), healthcare and childcare, which are all intertwined with remote work.
5. Going Virtual
Virtual Interfaces via AR(artificial reality), VR (virtual reality) or even Metaverse will be evolving. This is at the nexus of the natural progression of digital evolution and easy adoption especially true with hardware costs expected to fall below the $400 threshold. “You got your goggles?” will be the new “can we Zoom?” call to action.
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