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18Sep 2018

What Does Digital Transformation Mean To Your Business/Charity?

For any business or charitable organisation to remain competitive in today’s digital world, they have to integrate into the digital domain and have a full understanding of just what it is and how they can benefit from it. The first step in this process is to understand digital transformation and what it means for your business or charitable organisation.

What Is The Digital Transformation?

The digital transformation is simply “taking your business digital” and although it is really much more than that, this is the simplest way to say it so that people can understand what it means. Digital transformation is the process of making your business more efficient and more effective by taking advantage of new technology. From automating simple, everyday tasks, to using software and machine learning to create new ways of doing things, the digital transformation can be as easy, or as involved, as you would like it to be.

Whether you are trying to build a solid business/customer relationship or nonprofit, donor relationship, the digital transformation can make your job easier and provide a foundation for growth that is more cost effective than any other method used before. This can be accomplished a number of different ways including data storage, the delivery of your services, the management of your business, charitable organisation or specific project and how these can all work together digitally.

How Can Digital Transformation Make A Difference?

While many businesses and charitable organisations are typically independently run by a small group of investors or managers, the need for digital transformation can almost seem unnecessary, if not daunting. No matter the size of your business, digital transformation can make every aspect of it better and that can create sustainable growth without much additional effort. With today’s economy, every business and every nonprofit needs to be focused on getting the most for less and that is what the digital transformation offers them.

Digital transformation can also show mangers where they are improving, where their business or charitable organisation needs help and the areas they should focus on for the best ROI in every situation.

How To Get Started

To take your business or charitable organisation digital, there are some important factors to consider. First, take an audit of how your organisation is operating and look at your current processes. What are the tools you are using now to get the job done and how can you make these tools do more? Are your systems connected or do they seem to work in standalone mode making it more difficult for teams to connect? These are all areas that are important to your business and that can be improved through digital transformation.

To learn more about digital transformation and how it can help your business or charitable organisaton, contact Blue Door Software today!

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23Aug 2018

Digital Transformation Trends to Expect To Grow in 2019

Digital transformation is an important concept for any business or organisation and as new and innovative trends happen, companies like Blue Door Software will be there to provide the caseworker software these organisations need to stay up to date and to competitive in their industries.

2019 is set to bring some new, and some not so new but growing, trends in digital transformation technology and to keep up with the competition, you should also keep up with the trends.

Here Are The Digital Transformation Trends To Expect In 2019:

Big Data

Big Data is not just the latest buzzword, it is a growing industry that could reach more than £100 billion by the end of 2019. When used in the charitable organisation or healthcare industries, big data provides a wide range of useful tools for client support, reimbursement models and more. For 2019, you can expect Big Data to become even more important as it will enable users to utilise predictive analytics and machine learning to provide better case service.

Internet of Things (IoT)

By 2020, it is estimated that there will be more than 30 billion devices connected to the internet. IoT will provide better security for these devices by offering an ON/Off switch which will connect or disconnect devices to the internet or each other.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are two factors that contribute to the success of Big Data. AI enables us to manage all of that data easier and more efficiently. We can create better case plans, customized services and better, smarter management tools which can make the jobs of caseworkers everywhere much easier.

Operational Efficiency

Operational efficiency is becoming a popular topic among many IT firms as they are looking at ways that the digital transformation can improve operational efficiency and provide seasoned technology for healthcare, social care and charitable organisations throughout the UK and around the world.

Marketing Technology Stacks

Whatever industry you are in, money still has to be made and that is what Marketing Automation and Customer Relationship Management are all about. Paired with client or customer “touch points”, this type of marketing technology stack can provide a platform for sustainable growth and increased profits.

The digital transformation is still in its infancy and, as digital technology advances, so will the software needed to run that technology. Begin incorporating these trends now and get ahead of the competition now and become the leader in your industry for 2019 and beyond.

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25Jun 2018

Digital Transformation Trends to Watch in 2018

With the digital transformation under way in many industries around the world, there has been a need for innovative and effective software that can make using this new technology easier for caseworkers and other case management professionals. For many of these users to stay relevant and up to date on the latest digital transformation resources, they must stay current on all of the newest trends as well.

As a leading supplier of case management software to the charity and education sectors, Blue Door Software wants to share some of the important digital transformation trends to watch for in 2018. Let’s take a look:

Digital Transformation Trends to Watch

Blockchain- blockchain is here to stay and it is being developed into a useful technology that can help businesses in almost every sector and every country in the world. Blockchain can provide a digital ledger of transactions which can be made public without the need for a central authority. The healthcare industry has already adopted blockchain technology and it is being considered for use in the educational sector as well.

The Internet of Things- the internet of things (IoT) is being used in everything from smart homes, smart cars and wearable tech, to internet-enabled appliances and more. It is also being used to transform businesses, making them more profitable and more efficient, and it is providing new opportunities in analytics and computing.

Artificial Intelligence- AI is everywhere and with the help of virtual assistants, it is also mobile. Artificial intelligence can be used in a business setting as it can provide more predictive analytics through the aid of machine learning. It can be used for everything from connectivity to automation, or data analytics and it can be used to provide digital assistance for clients saving case workers a lot of time and educational or charitable organisations a lot of money.

Security- with the digital transformation comes new security threats. This means an increase in security measures and new software development methods as well as an IoT security strategy. New security features will include threat detection capabilities embedded into individual platforms and proactive and predictive approaches to security created by artificial intelligence.

If you are interested in learning more about the digital transformation trends in 2018, contact Blue Door Software and let one of our software development professionals assist you today.

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10May 2018

Effectively Meeting Regulatory Obligations with Caseworker Software

Caseworkers are often overworked and underappreciated for the work that they do. Their job is an important one as they help those who need it most whether in an educational, medical or advocacy setting. Recent improvements in case worker software has made their jobs more automated and less time consuming and have enabled many UK caseworkers to become more effective at helping their clients. But there are some behind the scenes aspects of a case workers day that go unnoticed by their clients and anyone who doesn’t understand the nature their work.

I am referring to regulatory compliance and the obligations many caseworkers and advocacy agencies face on a daily basis. The compliance burden has become greater in recent years and creates many challenges in the forms of technology, process and practice. Case management software from Blue Door Software offers a solution to meeting regulatory requirements and can make caseworkers more effective and efficient. This means more people get the help they need thanks to the commitment of software designers and developers.

This new level of caseworker software has regulatory requirements embedded in making them easy to use and almost completely automatic. Finally, caseworkers can maintain compliance with company policies, regulatory rules and codes of practice without giving it a second thought. Caseworker software from Blue Door offers out of the box usability and pre-configured solutions designed to ease the stress of UK caseworkers. With complaint handling, information requests and incident reporting built in, clients also notice an enhanced user experience.

CaseConnect from Blue Door Software helps UK organizations to comply by offering:

  • Complete case file management system.
  • Maintain detailed records of current and archived cases.
  • Monitoring tools to record case progress.
  • Automatic highlighting of cases in need of attention.
  • At-a-glance summary screens and overviews.
  • Filters and reports to create key statistics.
  • Add electronic documents to case files.
  • Password protect sensitive cases.

These features on their own are incredibly useful for case managers, trustees and directors, but when factored in with the industry leading support that Blue Door Software offers our clients, it becomes an absolute necessity for any organisation involved in helping people.

To learn more about how Blue Door Software can help your organisation meet regulatory obligations, contact us today.

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