Sysdoc on the Digital Marketplace
We're delighted to announce that we are on both the GCloud 10 and Management Consultancy Framework Two (Consultancy Two) frameworks to procure services for the government and public sector.
Our solutions were developed with an understanding that people are seeking ways of working in a simpler, smarter way. In an age of digital disruption, we are harnessing the power of technology to provide organisations with what they need to fully embrace the future of work.
Some of our future-focused solutions are:
- Collaboration solutions - Enabling people to work effectively, providing the right information, at the right time.
- Innovative learning - Distinctive and specialist training which is agile, engaging and immersive for today's learner.
- Capability development - Ensuring future-proofed organisations through teams which are self advancing.
- Connected Supply Chain - A seamless approach to process optimisation and an assured delivery of product to customer.
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PRESS RELEASE: Sysdoc Wins NZ Road Transport Forum Trucking Award
Sysdoc announced today that it has won the ‘Industry Innovation Award’ at the 2018 NZ Road Transport Industry Awards with the ‘Transport Contractor Induction’ module developed for the Fonterra Co‑operative. The Road Transport Industry Awards Dinner was held at the Dunedin Town Hall where it recognised outstanding contributions to the transport industry.
The future of work: Sustainable business
Eco-conscious business and industry solutions could contribute upwards of USD 12 trillion worth of new market value and business opportunities globally by 2030. This aligns with the Business and Sustainable Development Commission Report, Better Business, Better World (2017), which concluded that companies shifting to sustainable and environmental business models will be in the best position to fully embrace these opportunities. In addition, the next decade will be critical for businesses to place this key strategic focus on environmental challenges.
Returning from a recent visit to a contact centre I am familiar with (a bank centre taking customer calls), I couldn’t help but reflect on the dramatic changes seen in the last 5 years. Turning the clock back agents would have been giving out balances, discussing account transactions and ordering statements. They would have been taking around 90 calls each per day with an average call time of 180 seconds. How things have changed.