With the right strategies, 2023 can be a year of great progress and success
When we take a look back at the year 2022, it really looked like a year of change and uncertainty. Europe faced a brutal war right next to its doorsteps, while finding itself in the middle of massive inflation, and on top of this, there was suddenly an energy crisis to deal with. All this was new to us, making it difficult to predict what will happen in the future.
Companies must be prepared for this unpredictability and focus on strategies that will help them to innovate and grow despite the challenges. Customer expectations and rapidly changing needs, for example in the use of data, should also be taken into account when making decisions going forward. With the right strategies, 2023 could be a year of great progress and success for many companies.
As we step into 2023, the world is still facing the same uncertainties as it faced last year, but optimistically it looks more interesting with the potential for innovation and growth everywhere. What makes it even more exciting is that the business world is evolving and adapting to new technology.
We suddenly have things like AI for everyone to use. It makes texts (this text is still made by human “intelligence”), music videos, school essays — and soon it can help you to write procurement notices and contract clauses.
Companies have had to adapt quickly to the new market need, innovate their strategies and take advantage of data analytics to lead initiatives. Procurement processes are facing the need of being digitized and tracked more carefully than ever before, so that companies can keep a close eye on their strategic, tactical and operative functions.
With the influx of technology-driven solutions, businesses can now look forward to an era of modernization in their operations. The focus this year will be on finding innovative solutions that can help organizations streamline processes and increase efficiency while staying cost-effective. It´s no coincidence, that this is the direction Cloudia has taken already.
Sami Helander, Head of Sales