ApaNa Magazine Issue 3

Technology is Disrupting Future Work: New Opportunities for Caribbean Youth
Increasing Automation and Digitization

During the lockdown, businesses and consumers increasingly realised that they needed to embrace technology and digital solutions and were even excited to do so. Digital solution providers launched new software, redesigned current platforms and on-the-ground collaboration. They reported increasing demand and traffic to their platforms while sales and other business were being completed. These solutions allow employees to process paperwork from home and process requirements . . .

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