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Latest Business Trends For 2022


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Every year new trends surface with regard to the way we work and operate companies & processes.  Advances in technology, wisdom, situations, and ground realities compel the evolution of new trends and the demise of the old. This blog lists some of them that we are seeing in action this year, some you may be aware of and some not. Let's deep dive into these trends. 

Here are the business trends for 2022 and beyond: 

  • Tech revolution to gain momentum. The pace of digital makeover has never been as dizzying as it has been for all of us since the onset of Covid – 19 and its cascading effects on our lives & work. For businesses that were reluctant to jump onto the tech Bandwagon, the pandemic was a much needed wake-up call. It was either you transform or perish. And yes companies went bust. Those who were smart are now thriving. Companies will not continue the momentum and be tech savvy from now on. 

  • Collaboration on a global scale. Irrespective of the industries they are working in, the worldwide community needs to come together to make the trading system more robust. The collaboration will be especially critical with matters related to sustainable energy and climate change, reviving faith in global trade & supply chains as well as dealing with the repercussions of the pandemic.  

  • Employers will turn employee – friendly even more. As people have seen the benefits of work from home / hybrid model, businesses that can employ people to work remotely will continue to do so. Many companies are moving to a 4 or 5 day working model, a hybrid style of work (work from both office and home) as well as more perks. Attracting and retaining talent has always been an issue but with the pandemic, it has become even more critical. 

  • Brands and trust issues. Being trusted by their employer on issues of diversity, fairness, financials, transparency, and recognition was important then and is important now. The values and culture of the company need to be trusted, valued, and recognised by each employee. 

  •  Distributed IT infrastructure. By end of this year, a majority of businesses will deploy hybrid or multi cloud-management technologies, tools, and processes. This move in favour of distributed IT infrastructure will be evident by an increase in tech tools taken by businesses from cloud-service platforms, open repositories, and enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) providers. The synergy of cloud & edge computing allows businesses to shift computing power to the boundary of their networks. 

  • Cloud based platforms. The future is here and what a future it is. Cloud based tools that leverage the core elasticity and scalability of cloud computing offer quicker time to value. They will minimise any reliance on infrastructure, allowing energy to focus on application functionality instead. 

  • Taking decisions based on Artificial Intelligence and so on. Using a wide range of tech tools to provide insights that enable better decision making is known as Decision intelligence.  This offers the scope for various teams to oversee, analyse and enhance decisions based on data received from various sources.

About the Author

Vineet Rana

Vineet Rana is the digital marketing manager in the #Awesome team at Codleo. He is passionate about all things branding, and his mission is to get amazing content out to everyone as much as possible. When He is not online, he loves cooking, lifting weights, and hiking in the Himalayas with his friends.

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