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Digital onboarding improves productivity by 54% studies show
With the movement of many companies towards faster, more effective digital solutions, it’s no wonder digital onboarding is changing the way we integrate new employees.
Originally conceived as a side-project during a slow and snowy January, a way to make document signing more efficient, Bristol-based company Domo soon found their software creation was proving a hit with clients.
Fast forward to today and Signable is now a full-time venture that has passed the £1 million mark in annual revenue.
37% of companies think going digital will help productivity and a whole host of other benefits, so, now is the time to take the plunge and adapt not only to the current situation but also make a change for the future of the company.
“The future (and even the present) is digital. If you aren’t digital, your competitors definitely will be. The benefits that ‘going digital’ gives you, in terms of efficiency and cost savings, means it’s just a matter of time until digital is just the way of doing business, if not already.”
It sounds like a given, but the quicker you can deliver your product to the customer, the more likely they’ll buy from you again. So if you make your sales funnel as fast as possible, you’ll close more valued deals. Once the customer is ready to commit, you need to quickly, but formally secure the deal.
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