Nortal

Building a Seamless Society

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Nortal is a multinational strategic change and technology company. Combining the unique experience of transforming Estonia into a digital leader and creating change in businesses with a strategic approach and data-driven technology, our vision is to build a seamless society....
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Lithuania, Serbia
Nortal
Building a Seamless Society
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Revenue Science, Digital Health, Industry 4.0, Electronic Identity, Big Data Analytics, Public Finance Management, Ease of Doing Business, Data Protection, Seamless Society, Data Science, eHealth, eGovernment, eCommerce, Cloud transformation, and User experience 
 

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Funny enough, the first thing to come in my mind upon reading this question is a mask, sanitizer and social distancing. But as a matter of fact, the pandemic has brought a huge transition from what was once normal.Addressing safety has become the forefront of every business. Along with that, prevails the hostilities of decline in sales. To deal with all this rife, technology has played a lead role in showing great fortitude. With this year heading towards its second half, advancements that have been adapted amidst and after lockdown have likely become the new normal. They are as follows: Contactless visitors forms and payments:As companies resumed operating from their work premises, one of the major challenges was to ensure minimum human contact. And to meet this demand, developers evolved with a visitor’s management system.These systems incorporate QR code that needs to be scanned at the entrance after downloading the app on the phone. This also gives users the ability to book prior appointments with their ebadge or picture. eFacilityvms, Fidelity, The receptionist and Teamgo are some providers of these systems.Staff augmentation:Laying off was also a new normal during & after the COVID lockdown. Cutting down on the cost to thrive their own existence was a prime objective for many micro and macro enterprises. Recruitments became non-existent. A report by Forbes suggests, businesses now prefer more flexible staffing models. Companies opted for short-term options that can comply with their budget eliminating the risk of execution failure. This need was powered up by staff augmentation services benefiting with:Financial feasibilityTime saverSupport to the in-house teamNF2F meetings and eSignatures insurance sector:Health became the biggest concern amongst masses and that led to the urge for insurance. Consulting in insurance had always been based on personal meetings and seeing the current situation they quickly altered to digital platforms. Non Face to Face systems supported the overall needs of the insurance process including customer profiling, underwriting, online meetings, customer segmentation and much more.Accurate and authentic signatures were a major obstacle but these systems also supported eSign for an end to end contactless insurance purchases.Other sectors made use of DocuSign - an eSignature tool compatible with mobile and desktop to guide users through an agreement allowing them to drag and paste their signature in the document.Online learning:Working from home gave people the opportunity to enhance their skills with many enrolling in various short term courses over Ed-tech platforms. Giants like Upgrad and Udemy are doubling their revenue. Even free platforms like Khan Academy are seeing two-fold user registrations.In India, Ed-Techs is expected to grow at 52% CAGR, becoming a 2Bn dollar industry. Video conferring apps such as Zoom said to have 200 million users on their application.Digital marketing & Ecommerce:With business shutting for months idly waiting for sales was out of scope. Many heads began to turn towards Digital Marketing. It proves to be an economic and most assuring means of marketing over other mediums which is why it is estimated that 90% of businesses will convert to online promotion techniques.For small and big manufacturers selling on online shopping sites was a fruitful venture. Ecommerce majors like Amazon, FlipKart or Myntra are rewarding mediums to bring your products to a global audience.To conclude, these changes are gradually becoming mainstream and changing consumer behavior to a large extent.
Funny enough, the first thing to come in my mind upon reading this question is a mask, sanitizer and social distancing. But as a matter of fact, the pandemic has brought a huge transition from what was once normal.Addressing safety has become the forefront of every business. Along with that, prevails the hostilities of decline in sales. To deal with all this rife, technology has played a lead role in showing great fortitude. With this year heading towards its second half, advancements that have been adapted amidst and after lockdown have likely become the new normal. They are as follows: Contactless visitors forms and payments:As companies resumed operating from their work premises, one of the major challenges was to ensure minimum human contact. And to meet this demand, developers evolved with a visitor’s management system.These systems incorporate QR code that needs to be scanned at the entrance after downloading the app on the phone. This also gives users the ability to book prior appointments with their ebadge or picture. eFacilityvms, Fidelity, The receptionist and Teamgo are some providers of these systems.Staff augmentation:Laying off was also a new normal during & after the COVID lockdown. Cutting down on the cost to thrive their own existence was a prime objective for many micro and macro enterprises. Recruitments became non-existent. A report by Forbes suggests, businesses now prefer more flexible staffing models. Companies opted for short-term options that can comply with their budget eliminating the risk of execution failure. This need was powered up by staff augmentation services benefiting with:Financial feasibilityTime saverSupport to the in-house teamNF2F meetings and eSignatures insurance sector:Health became the biggest concern amongst masses and that led to the urge for insurance. Consulting in insurance had always been based on personal meetings and seeing the current situation they quickly altered to digital platforms. Non Face to Face systems supported the overall needs of the insurance process including customer profiling, underwriting, online meetings, customer segmentation and much more.Accurate and authentic signatures were a major obstacle but these systems also supported eSign for an end to end contactless insurance purchases.Other sectors made use of DocuSign - an eSignature tool compatible with mobile and desktop to guide users through an agreement allowing them to drag and paste their signature in the document.Online learning:Working from home gave people the opportunity to enhance their skills with many enrolling in various short term courses over Ed-tech platforms. Giants like Upgrad and Udemy are doubling their revenue. Even free platforms like Khan Academy are seeing two-fold user registrations.In India, Ed-Techs is expected to grow at 52% CAGR, becoming a 2Bn dollar industry. Video conferring apps such as Zoom said to have 200 million users on their application.Digital marketing & Ecommerce:With business shutting for months idly waiting for sales was out of scope. Many heads began to turn towards Digital Marketing. It proves to be an economic and most assuring means of marketing over other mediums which is why it is estimated that 90% of businesses will convert to online promotion techniques.For small and big manufacturers selling on online shopping sites was a fruitful venture. Ecommerce majors like Amazon, FlipKart or Myntra are rewarding mediums to bring your products to a global audience.To conclude, these changes are gradually becoming mainstream and changing consumer behavior to a large extent.

Funny enough, the first thing to come in my mind upon reading this question is a mask, sanitizer and social distancing. But as a matter of fact, the pandemic has brought a huge transition from what was once normal.

Addressing safety has become the forefront of every business. Along with that, prevails the hostilities of decline in sales. To deal with all this rife, technology has played a lead role in showing great fortitude. 

With this year heading towards its second half, advancements that have been adapted amidst and after lockdown have likely become the new normal. They are as follows: 

  • Contactless visitors forms and payments:

As companies resumed operating from their work premises, one of the major challenges was to ensure minimum human contact. And to meet this demand, developers evolved with a visitor’s management system.

These systems incorporate QR code that needs to be scanned at the entrance after downloading the app on the phone. This also gives users the ability to book prior appointments with their ebadge or picture. eFacilityvms, Fidelity, The receptionist and Teamgo are some providers of these systems.

  • Staff augmentation:

Laying off was also a new normal during & after the COVID lockdown. Cutting down on the cost to thrive their own existence was a prime objective for many micro and macro enterprises. 

Recruitments became non-existent. A report by Forbes suggests, businesses now prefer more flexible staffing models. 

Companies opted for short-term options that can comply with their budget eliminating the risk of execution failure. This need was powered up by staff augmentation services benefiting with:

  1. Financial feasibility
  2. Time saver
  3. Support to the in-house team
  • NF2F meetings and eSignatures insurance sector:

Health became the biggest concern amongst masses and that led to the urge for insurance. Consulting in insurance had always been based on personal meetings and seeing the current situation they quickly altered to digital platforms. Non Face to Face systems supported the overall needs of the insurance process including customer profiling, underwriting, online meetings, customer segmentation and much more.

Accurate and authentic signatures were a major obstacle but these systems also supported eSign for an end to end contactless insurance purchases.

Other sectors made use of DocuSign - an eSignature tool compatible with mobile and desktop to guide users through an agreement allowing them to drag and paste their signature in the document.

  • Online learning:

Working from home gave people the opportunity to enhance their skills with many enrolling in various short term courses over Ed-tech platforms. Giants like Upgrad and Udemy are doubling their revenue. Even free platforms like Khan Academy are seeing two-fold user registrations.

In India, Ed-Techs is expected to grow at 52% CAGR, becoming a 2Bn dollar industry. Video conferring apps such as Zoom said to have 200 million users on their application.

  • Digital marketing & Ecommerce:

With business shutting for months idly waiting for sales was out of scope. Many heads began to turn towards Digital Marketing. It proves to be an economic and most assuring means of marketing over other mediums which is why it is estimated that 90% of businesses will convert to online promotion techniques.

For small and big manufacturers selling on online shopping sites was a fruitful venture. Ecommerce majors like Amazon, FlipKart or Myntra are rewarding mediums to bring your products to a global audience.

To conclude, these changes are gradually becoming mainstream and changing consumer behavior to a large extent.

Contact information
lt
Nortal
Rinktinės street 5 (5th floor), LT-09234 Vilnius, Vilnius, Vilnius 09234
Lithuania
+370-5276-0819
rs
Nortal
Bulevar Oslobodjenja 301 Belgrade Serbia, Belgrade, Belgrade 11010
Serbia
381113970197
ee
Nortal
Lõõtsa St 6c, Tallinn, Harju 11415
Estonia
372 610 1990
fi
Nortal
Mikonkatu 15 A, Helsinki, Uusimaa 00100
Finland
358855588
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