Hybrid workforce model will now become a new way of working
Dnyanesh Kulkarni, Director, Deltakraft Solutions
Growth of IT services amid Covid-19:-
The COVID pandemic has resulted in slowdown in the overall economy and in IT services market as well. A few of the services during this pandemic became essential have grown, e.g. Online education platform, VDI’s , cloud and business continuity and food and medicine supply chain etc. But an overall negative impact on the sector. Some surge was observed in laptop sales as it is required for WFH kind of environment and all the schools and colleges have started online. Due to WFH a lot of issues regarding cyber security compliances are occurring.
Although new contracts, as well as contract renewals in IT Services, are expected to be affected during the crisis, it is also expected that consulting services, managed security services, network management services and hosting services will represent higher revenue-generating opportunities. Hence we adopted and upgraded ourselves to cope up with the requirements.
Major shift according to us is, Enterprises will move in hybrid workforce model from traditional way of working as maximum of their employees are now working from home, i.e. increase in remote working hence enterprises need to adapt different strategies than the traditional one.
We have to look this as a great opportunity to moving our customers towards digital transformation maturity.