Post Covid : ‘ We will witness the creation of new platforms for designing and collaboration’ : Rakhee Bedi
By Retail4Growth Team | May 20, 2020
In these testing Covid-19 times, businesses and individuals are going the extra mile to decimate the impact of the pandemic. In doing so, one critical problem companies are facing is managing business continuity. As organisations look to turn current challenges into a competitive advantage, business continuity plans are being tested and reworked every day given.
In an exclusive interview with Retail4Growth, Rakhee Bedi Kumar, Founding Principal, RSDA Studio shares her take on biz continuity during covid-19.
Business continuity is the ability to manage and maintain an organization’s core business operations and functions during an unprecedented event, disaster or recession. The pandemic has led us to focus harder on ensuring that our companies aren’t compromised and to start preparing for a sustainable and collaborative model.
With the advancements in technology today, it has become easy for us to collaborate with our clientele and other allied industries through a myriad of apps and tools. We’ve ensured that in this time, we continue to keep our lines of communication while also ensuring that our work is taken digitally.
Role of Technology
One of the few things that is certain to happen once the pandemic is over, is the digitization of several design and allied services. We will be seeing the creation of new platforms for designing and collaboration, building upon what we already have today. This will also influence our functions and methods, as it is essential to adopt new technology to have a sustainable and agile organization.