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Viability of the financial sector requires a collaboration and digital transformation.

Technological advancements has enabled the banking processes to move ahead from the manual ledgers and book keeping methods. But the banking and finance firms haven’t been able to keep up the pace with the rapidly changing digitized business world. Many firms even to this day are still using the rote methodology and haven’t expanded beyond emails and spreadsheets which in the restricted new work environment isn’t very efficient to both employees as well as the company.

The recent events and the new reality has forced the concept of digital transformation in order to find means to enable executive visibility, maintain productivity, boost agility and support an effective work culture which suits the current remote workforce. This transformation can improve communication and interaction among the employees since working remotely can make the feel isolated. While many managers may find it convenient to be less distracted at home, new managers may find it difficult to do their tasks without being monitored. There is also a chance of miscommunication which may cause errors and losses to the company. To overcome these issues, the financial sector must embrace the transformation and enhance its processes to be more effective and convenient to use.

Digital transformation will play a key role in successfully executing strategies and help the financial companies to flourish in the present and future conditions. Implementing proper tools and applications for recording data and the provision to access by many users will make the employees connected and well as be productive at work. This will reduce miscommunication and errors. Developing new ways to cope up with the pace of the digital world will help the financial sector be more efficient proving to be a pivotal turn towards ensuring its viability.

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