Research shows businesses thrive with digital skills and technology
Samsung for Business has launched its ‘Work Wonders’ campaign that focuses on how technology can support British businesses.
The campaign launched in October, creating awareness of Samsung’s business technologies, solutions, support, and security.
Many businesses partake in hybrid or remote working and Samsung wants to use its ecosystem of products, tools and services to aid workers into this new normal.
An event was held on November 24 at Samsung’s Kings Cross experience store where panelists discussed tech, small business, and the impact of coronavirus.
Samsung’s director of business technology solutions Joe Walsh said: “Small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) are on the rise. I think there are 100,000 start-ups every quarter… There is so much innovation there to be harnessed, but to the point, there needs to be a program and organisations like Samsung who play a critical role in helping these businesses get off the ground.”
Research shows that when measuring business performance, companies with unlimited digital skills generated twice the amount of revenue than companies with limited technology.
Walsh emphasises that Samsung for Business helps by providing a broad range of devices, Knox security which is a defense-grade built from the chip up, interoperability and support.
“Another point is affordability. It is such a big thing and again this is where Samsung has a key role in supporting British businesses,” added Walsh.