The pandemic-driven shift to remote work will impact not only the schedules on which employees run, but also the tools with which they work.
In a previous PwC report published in December, the firm surveyed IT executives and found 65% expected at least a quarter of their organization's workforces to work from home permanently after the pandemic. Additionally, leading firms in the report said they invested in workflow automation tools as well as cloud-based collaboration tools, in part to support hybrid work models in which workers spend time working both in an office and at other locations.
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