How Technology is Transforming Business

The world of business has remained the same, more or less, for centuries after the first industrial revolution, and it’s safe to assume that it won’t happen again anytime soon. The exponential pace at which modern technologies are adapting, mutating, and developing in the last few years has been so incredibly fast that it isn’t hard to get carried away by its wave of advancement and progress—whether or not you’re prepared. 

For those who don’t believe how far we’ve come, only a little over a decade ago, you’ll be surprised to know that we didn’t have voice searches for IoT for information and products, centralized working communications for maximizing efficiencies, and sharing of short-form videos for business purposes, among many more. The reality is that technology has significantly changed nearly every facet of how businesses operate, and nowhere in history did transformations occur so quickly. Below, you’ll find some of the ways in which tech fundamentally changed business.

Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence, or AI, has reshaped consumer markets and business, becoming a part of daily life as a result. The technology’s application continues to transform business processes across many industries, becoming an integral strategy for those looking to get ahead or maintain their competitive advantage. For example, through an AI-powered data management platform, it’s possible to process, sort, and find the desired data and transform them into actionable and digestible information to support smart decisions for business. In other words, it can allow you to gain key business insights for success.

The technology can also be used to automate long-standing workflows and repetitive tasks. In this way, it saves businesses time and money on tasks that would otherwise be too repetitive and tedious to be done by a human employee. It also mitigates the occurrence of human error.

Communication and sharing information

Sharing information and communication are critical components of any entrepreneurial venture, and today’s technologies offer many ways now more than ever before. For example, most web conferencing software enables organizations to remain on the same page and stay updated, regardless of proximity time differences. This ensures a harmonious and concordant relationship among all the employees of a company, especially for those working remotely.

Mobile-first environment

These days, you’ll be surprised to find anyone who doesn’t own a mobile device like a smartphone or tablet, and for a good reason. Not only do they possess many of the functionalities of desktop and laptop computers, but they cost much less than they do too. Moreover, they’re handy and can be easily brought anywhere. For this reason, they’ve become the preferred devices of consumers when it comes to finding information, making purchases, and sharing retail experiences with the rest of the world.

This presents businesses with the unique opportunity to attract more customers, be it through mobile apps or website optimization. And because they’re practically handheld computers, it’s possible to use them for many business-related functions too.


Many businesses today rely heavily on technology because it enables them to operate as efficiently as possible. And as technology continues to evolve, the dependence of companies and brands on tech is likely only going to get stronger. Businesses that fail to capitalize on the advantages it offers will only miss out on opportunities to grow and succeed.

Rakesh Babu
Rakesh Babu
Rakesh Babu is a business analyst with a focus on startups. With an MBA and years of experience, he's a go-to source for insights on entrepreneurship. Beyond the business world, Rakesh is a chess aficionado and an amateur astronomer, always curious and seeking new patterns – whether in the stars or the stock market.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

More from this stream