Transform barriers into new opportunities by reskilling the workforce
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Transform barriers into new opportunities by reskilling the workforce

The COVID -19 pandemic has forced the real-estate industry into an age of uncertainty, throwing up unprecedented challenges and testing the skills of developers, contractors, infrastructure giants and even IT solution providers to cope with the crisis.

Responding to the Government’s protocols to contain the virus from penetrating the community, enterprises have quickly created a remote working ecosystem across this core industry and its allied verticals. Though many see the pandemic as a phase of disruption and poor productivity, others view it as an opportunity to reflect inwards and be more self-reliant. Enterprises must identify their strengths and leverage existing talent to significantly improve business efficiency and even tap new opportunities.

Reskilling the workforce has also emerged as a priority among enterprises to bank on new opportunities and mitigate productivity losses. In this regard, Highbar Technocrat Ltd has played an instrumental role in effectively harnessing its proprietary technologies and solutions to drive in-house operational efficiency and business agility for itself and its clients. By using these solutions, Highbar has achieved a unified, secured and collaborative business ecosystem.

Some lessons for enterprises for ensuring business continuity, shares Mangesh Wadaje, Director & CEO, Highbar Technocrat Ltd.

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The COVID -19 pandemic has forced the real-estate industry into an age of uncertainty, throwing up unprecedented challenges and testing the skills of developers, contractors, infrastructure giants and even IT solution providers to cope with the crisis. Responding to the Government’s protocols to contain the virus from penetrating the community, enterprises have quickly created a remote working ecosystem across this core industry and its allied verticals. Though many see the pandemic as a phase of disruption and poor productivity, others view it as an opportunity to reflect inwards and be more self-reliant. Enterprises must identify their strengths and leverage existing talent to significantly improve business efficiency and even tap new opportunities. Reskilling the workforce has also emerged as a priority among enterprises to bank on new opportunities and mitigate productivity losses. In this regard, Highbar Technocrat Ltd has played an instrumental role in effectively harnessing its proprietary technologies and solutions to drive in-house operational efficiency and business agility for itself and its clients. By using these solutions, Highbar has achieved a unified, secured and collaborative business ecosystem. Some lessons for enterprises for ensuring business continuity, shares Mangesh Wadaje, Director & CEO, Highbar Technocrat Ltd.Click here to read more ....

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