2/22/2021 Tune in to hear, how Nextway together with other innovative leaders in the digital-liechtenstein.li business community discusses the future of remote work.
In the wake of the corona pandemic, most companies sent their staff into home office. The new situation brought organizational, cultural, and legal challenges along. But despite all skepticism, experiences are mostly positive – according to a survey made by the digital-liechtenstein.li central platform for innovation in Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and Austria.
„Numerous companies were suddenly faced with the question, how their employees will access business information from the archive or their incoming emails“ – agrees to the trend Marcel Ritter, Managing Director of Nextway Switzerland and SVP Finance.
From legal hurdles to remote access of business documents, this webinar will cover the essentials of how to deal with the challenges of remote work. Presented by top leaders of a digitally driven business community.
You’ll hear, how Nextway geared up Bendura Bank’s all-digital wishes in just four weeks. And others, who suddenly found themselves in situations where they needed to access documents from anywhere and immediately.
"The bank can now be fully operated with minimal staff on site. Only the incoming physical mail needs to be scanned from the inbox. Next year we will definitely not be without paper, but we won't depend on paper anymore."
Markus Muster, CIO at Bendura Bank
|16:00||Legal hurdles of cross-border commuters
Doris Quaderer, Project Manager at Stiftung Zukunft.li
|16:25||Cases on going all digital with processes and business documents
Marcel Ritter, Managing Director of Nextway Switzerland, SVP Finance
|16:50||Organizational and cultural challenges of working from home
Evelyn Oehri, HR Manager at Liechtensteinische Landesbank
|17:30||End of webinar|
Register today and find out how to prepare your business for more home office in the future.
MD Switzerland, SVP Finance
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Since 2017, digital-liechtenstein.li is the central platform for digital innovation and networking in Liechtenstein. The initiative is under the patronage of the Princely House and the government and is supported by 50 well-known companies and organizations that want to jointly develop Liechtenstein into a leading digital business location. The initiative bundles the relevant forces from politics, business and science, creates access to relevant networks and enables the crucial transfer of know-how for the digital transformation.