The Covid-19 pandemic along with the health emergency situation also triggered the world’s most severe economic crisis since World War II. The economic downturn derived from the pandemic equally affected Italy, making its effects felt especially on SMEs, the real engine of our economy.

New opportunities and new business possibilities

The profound changes that Covid-19 has brought to every sphere of society and the economy have brought forth new opportunities and business possibilities for small and medium-sized companies that have been able to take advantage of them, adapting their business model and production cycle according to the changed environment in which they have been forced to operate.

How sales processes have evolved

Therefore, companies to remain competitive have had to innovate their sales processes by focusing on new products and finding new customers in new areas.
As a result, companies have also concurrently focused on research and development of new skills, as well as new hires, to complement their existing staff.
They have also embarked on a process of internationalization, expanding their presence in foreign markets to seize the opportunities offered by the restart of the economy, making the most of the changes due to the health emergency and embracing change.

Digitization as the key to success

In the new economic environment, new digital technologies play a key role, which will have to be increasingly “order qualifier,” that is, interpreted as characterizing conditions for being competitive in markets not only domestically but on a global scale.
Therefore, companies will have to increasingly adopt new digital sales channels in their processes that are perfectly in line with the new consumer buying habits, consequently adapting their production cycle by moving more and more towards ‘
automation and the development of “smart” systems
In manufacturing, logistics and packaging.

DCM, a leading Italian company that for more than 40 years has been engaged in the trade and
installation of automation machinery
, is at your disposal to help you optimize your processes.

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to learn more.


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