The company’s services include advisory services, program management, IT services, automation, and a gamut of virtual learning support services, including design and production of virtual worlds and integrated learning analytics. As markets are always in a constant state of flux, in varying degrees, governments and businesses find it daunting to upskill their teams consistently and complete projects on time. And the current COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on the professional development field and learning in a physical classroom. Organizations are rushing to relearn, readapt, and retool to build the necessary infrastructure and sustain continuous process improvement in this new paradigm. They are facing tremendous challenges in engaging their remote employees while keeping their systems and networks free from sophisticated online predators.
“Our strategy is to operate as an exponential organization by leveraging technology assets, maximizing the benefits of automation, using algorithms, expanding our team of high-quality talent with staff on demand and using analytics and dashboards to monitor the quality of our deliverables,” says Daniel, Chief Innovation Officer of DMS.
Its “innovation lab” is an R&D department where ideas are brainstormed and products tested. This is to facilitate high-speed impact for their customers, allowing them to adapt to a rapidly changing world. That is where it all starts before being introduced as a solution. The company often tests the solutions internally and has automated its internal processes and encourages its employees to bring creative ideas to the table to improve its operational efficiency, which help in improving business results for its customers.
Imagine the future of work which is not only good for a company and their employees but also for the planet?
“At the end of the day, what really drives us is the zeal to transform organizations and fulfill our corporate social responsibility mission of contributing to a clean planet. We want to bring value to our clients, and, through automation, allow creativity to flourish at all levels so that they can re-think how they use products in terms of the impact on the environment—that is a triple bonus. For us, there is a direct correlation between high returns and CSR. Imagine the future of work which is not only good for a company and their employees but also for the planet. Who could ask for anything more?” says Magdalah.