Driving employee connectivity and partner enablement
Connecting people, process, technology, and data
Enabling impact on customer experience
The Fourth Industrial Revolution has arguably become the most disruptive and transformative shift in history. One of the biggest areas of transformation is happening within the social sector. Non-profits, NGOs, and educational institutions have a tremendous opportunity to leverage new technologies to scale up their impact and manage resources better and ultimately achieve their critical missions. Advances in AI and ML are helping make sense of this massive amount of data for delivering actionable insights to businesses and organizations alike.
- Industry 4.0 offers huge opportunities to transform such organizations. In organizations that are often under-funded, resource optimization is key. Adoption of new technologies requires detailed planning for change-management across not only the digital architecture but also company culture, as a part of sustainability initiative. NGOs can force organizations to comply with ESG norms (for example, Greenpeace) and enable the enterprise to kickstart a clean, green initiative toward climate mitigation.
Non-Profit Use Case
A large non-profit organization, committed to reducing their carbon footprint and thus reducing environmental impact overall wanted to improve their company culture and internal processes to deliver an improved client experience.
Both the Associate CFO and Operational Director of the organization recognized the need for change management, particularly regarding the inefficiencies in the event management processes. The organization suffered from a resistance to new technology and a culture built on disparate processes. The result was less than optimal client experience, accentuated by an unacceptable ROI on technology advancements. Most work was still being done manually, despite serious corporate investment in what was to be company-wide technology.
The technologies that were available to the employees were not holistic, user-friendly or data driven. Employees in event management had settled on working independently, using their own array of software products and technologies, leading to inefficiency and a dearth of connected processes. Users were manually forced to follow up, escalating issues and doubling the workload. That minimized accurate data-driven decisions and contributed to repetitive errors.
Top-down decision making and employee resistance to company-wide technologies and process updates were contributing to increased frustration at all levels and an inferior delivery of their services.
Modularized Solution from Amplo Global Inc.
Engaging in the AmploFly4.0 journey empowered the organization to better strategize technology changes, streamline processes and recharge its culture. increased efficiency and improved productivity resulted from the framework AmploFly4.0 helped to establish for operationalizing existing technology, automating repetitive tasks, creating BOTs and measuring and tracking KPIs for employees. Those results supported their intention to apply AmploFly 4.0 initiatives to other challenges they currently face and will in the future.
Improved data collection from both vendors and ongoing processes fueled more informed strategic decisions. Connected technology and the implementation of a dashboard enhanced overall process visibility and the return on experience of users.