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Upgrading Technology in a Downtown

Upgrade Technology in a Downtown

We are in a pretty unique time in history. As much as the pandemic and the economic fallout have caused difficulty and challenges for so many, it’s also a rare opportunity for forward thinking and innovative companies.

Many businesses have been put on pause in the midst of this downturn. Business models have needed to quickly adapt to social distancing while the economy has been flailing. But inside this dumpster fire is an opportunity.

The slowing down of business creates an opportunity to upgrade systems and technology for the inevitable reawakening.

“Invest more in R&D even during a recession, knowing that the market will eventually rebound and new and innovative technologies will drive future demand.” – Paul Otellini / former Intel CEO

When business is on fire, when things are jumping and deals are pouring in, how motivated are you to upgrade systems, processes and software? Internal projects get back-burnered and deprioritized until there’s free time. Enter 2020 and the gift of free time.

Guaranteed that you have been putting off upgrading an old outdated software platform, or streamlining a process that was a pain to manage, or implementing a new piece of technology but were too busy to find the time. What better time than when things are slow to level up and create a real competitive advantage in your business.

Benefits of investing in systems & tech:

  • Cost savings through automation and optimization
  • Improved customer experience
  • Improved employee experience & productivity

Consider these questions while things are slow:

  • What systems or processes are costing us time and money?
  • What internal projects have we been putting off?
  • Where is the risk in our systems?
  • What are the opportunities if we were to upgrade our systems / technology?

Keep in mind that the rebound is coming and either you or your competition is going to come out of this more prepared, with a better offering or a better customer experience. Who is it going to be?

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Michael Trezza

Michael Trezza is the CEO and founder of Lithyem. Since 1999, Michael has been solving complex technology challenges for some of the world's greatest brands. Connect with Michael on LinkedIn.