Digital transformation as a driver of sustainable development and social well-being

Digital transformation has revolutionized the business models of the corporate fabric. Gradually, companies are embracing the great potential of technology to improve their competitiveness and enhance their growth in an increasingly changing and complex environment. Entrepreneurs have played an essential role in this transformation process, driving economic progress and becoming drivers of change through innovation, adaptability and leadership. Thus, companies that adopted digitalization in a structural and strategic way were able to better face new challenges and contribute to the modernization of the economy.

However, in such a versatile scenario, digital transformation has acquired other dimensions, because it not only contributes to business growth, but also seeks to create a positive impact on a global level: we are facing a change in the business model that goes beyond economic benefit. To work for social welfare. In this sense, commitment to sustainability and social responsibility of companies and individuals becomes the new goal of the business fabric that combines the achievement of its economic goals, the well-being of workers and concern for the environment.

Changes in business models driven by digitalization must go beyond improving the efficiency of operational processes to positively impact people and the environment, contributing to the common good and not just to business competitiveness. In the digital age, companies are on a continuous evolution journey that provides opportunities for growth, but also the opportunity to improve people’s lives and contribute to well-being and care for the environment. Thus, by adopting a responsible, people-centred approach, companies can not only contribute to economic and social progress, but can also lead the development of a more sustainable and beneficial future for all.

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The digital divide, cybersecurity and the automation of some jobs are the main challenges deriving from digitalization in the coming years. Ensuring equal access to technological resources, enhancing employee training, and putting people at the center, can help combat this phenomenon.

Several years ago, digital transformation was the catalyst for the evolution of the business fabric; Today it must act as a catalyst for the comprehensive transformation of the economy that enhances corporate social responsibility, reduces environmental impact, and contributes to global well-being. The contribution of entrepreneurs to economic and social progress is indisputable; Its role in transforming digital transformation into an engine for sustainable development and social well-being is the next challenge facing it.

Occurred: cristiano pernaca, Director of Sales and Digital Marketing Wolters Kluwer

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