Today, the world already has too much software systems. At the same time, more and more software products are introduced, thanks to low cost development.

As organisations use more software (Barclays 1000+ and NHS Central Manchester 600+) than ever before, as an employee, you are now having to move between many systems to undertake your job effectively.

At the same time, productivity slows down as you rely on your colleagues to supply information from systems you have no access to or have inadequate training to get the results you seek.

This further exacerbates as conversations with customers, suppliers and stakeholders take place outside your business environment on social networks.

Image credits: Twitter’s design team from Dribble and mike krzeszak


Manoj Ranaweera

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