There are many reasons for changing how a business operates which may include changing relationships between business and customers. As online trading grows exponentially, businesses are also pursuing new economic activities in virtual markets.
Reasons for change could include:
The identification of new cloud-based technology can lead to more efficient and economical methods, allowing for staff cost reductions and the ability to outsource some tasks.
New business opportunities
As the marketplace grows and evolves, products may become obsolete. In that case, businesses need to identify what is required to increase their portfolio, become more competitive and sell new products.
Changes are required when business goals and objectives are not being met. It may require re-organisation of working practices.
You may also wish to change the structure of your business operations to:
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