We are living in an era of unprecedented change. New technology is providing new ways of working and of doing business. Traditional business models are being disrupted across all industries, challenging the way that we all work. New competitors are emerging daily and no industry is immune.
Small businesses can change direction quickly; can promptly react to – or pre-empt – opportunities and threats; and can structure their ways of working to meet the demands of the modern world.
Technology is fuelling the rate of change, with traditional businesses constantly being challenged. New competitors are appearing daily. The global, connected marketplace also means that local markets can be – and are! – serviced remotely by overseas players.
Tomorrow’s technology is here today – and is more accessible than ever
Technology might well be the disruptor, but it is also the solution. Vendors are levelling the playing field and making enterprise-grade solutions available to companies of all sizes. A complete solution brings together voice, email, instant messaging, presence information, video and office productivity tools (such as Word and Excel) into one, simple interface which is accessible through any device.
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Founded in 2000, Nexon Asia Pacific (Nexon) is a cloud and managed service provider delivering cutting-edge solutions, helping businesses to run more efficiently, create better user experiences and explore bigger opportunities.
Nexon’s depth of expertise spans across a range of technology specialities and industries, bringing these skills together to create business solutions, simplifying the process – and the technology – for its clients.
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