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The whole world of business changed in 2020 and we don’t know for how long. Some businesses can’t afford staying fully offline, but switching to online is still a challenge.
In this article, we want to give companies our advice on what they can do to transfer to the digital space. Staying online might not only bring businesses additional value but skyrocket the overall demand in the times of seclusion and in the long run.
Carsharing expects an increase in drivers as people refrain from public transport over the fear of catching the virus in stuffy trains and buses. As more people decide to drive themselves to work, there comes a problem of onboarding people in person, which is risky to do in the times of a pandemic.
What a sharing company can do:
Keeping track of the vehicles and drivers in person is canceled, but the cargos still need to get moving. However, it is expensive to give room for fraud in logistics, where the price of cargo might be worth millions of dollars.
What a logistic company can do:
In quarantine, apart from crushing Netflix, people are also buying up everything on Amazon. To be honest, any service that offers shipping and delivery is currently overwhelmed. And while ordering is remote, recruiting and assigning deliveries are not.
What a delivery service can do:
Pandemics fuel panic. Many people are rushing to purchase prescriptions. Others seek to be diagnosed by a medical professional. But, not all places are can satisfy the demand for the drugs and doctors.
What a pharmaceutical/medical company can do:
Most of the affected by the pandemics areas are closing down their universities and schools, postponing exams and not giving any dates as to when students would be able to return to their studies. As students prepare for their term and entry exams at home, there is a question of would they be able to do it online and how to prevent them from cheating?
What a university/school can do:
Although not from a medical perspective, we can still help people not to fall victim to the virus. Sumsub is a remote and fully automated solution for business lifecycle management, identity verification, and anti-fraud. Anything that has to do with verifying documents and people, onboarding new staff and managing these processes from afar, we can help with. From checking the authenticity of the insurance to buy the prescribed pills to onboarding a new guy to handle deliveries.
If anything, now is the time for a big change if you have always wanted to shift or try remote. Make it your opportunity to act.
Working in close contact is out of the question. Are you ready to work remotely?