Atlas Reduces Operational Cost


Doing more with less – an over-used phrase? Not anymore 

Atlas is a natural starting point for transforming your organisational productivity, which in turn impacts the bottom-line.  We haven’t spoken to anyone in recent times who has mentioned increased staffing levels, spare resources or burgeoning centralised knowledge management teams.  Everyone is being asked to do more with less.  Smaller teams are having to learn new ways of working without the benefit of close physical presence, making the task of filling the gaps and streamlining processes even harder.  A highly functional knowledge management platform within a digital workspace is no longer a luxury but a necessity. 

Atlas is proven to save time and money and to support revolutionary changes in working practices such as those we’re experiencing now. 


Save time, Think-5

Ever thought about all of those tedious, sometimes repetitive tasks that you do in your working life, how much of your time they take up? How many 5 minutes are wasted, every single day?

What if we could begin to make tasks simpler or remove them altogether? Think of all of the 5 minutes that we would save, time then made available for more important stuff.

This is what is behind our Think-5 principle. We build simple, easy to use tools that are designed to save those 5 minutes. 

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Consolidation of infrastructure and systems

Atlas together with Office 365 provide considerable savings from consolidating old infrastructure that is no longer required as well as reduce IT's involvement in supporting legacy applications. 


Reduction in operating expenses

A true digital workspace is proven to reduce real-estate costs either by decreasing the need for opening new offices or reducing the square footage needed to house your team. According to Global Workplace Analytics, employers can save over $11,000 per half-time remote worker per year.


Reduce operational costs with Atlas

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Five aspect of successful digital transformation

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Prioritising a culture of change

Many organisations have learned the hard way that digital transformation is not just about the technology, it is about the people. More specifically, change and transformation must first take place within

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Align to the business objectives

To change the perception of digital transformation from cost to investment strategy, leadership teams need ways to tie innovation to business objectives and outcomes.

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Provide the right resources and empower people

Once a transformational leader succeeds at creating a culture of change, the next step is to train or hire the right talent to execute the strategy. Empower employees to work in new ways by digitising tools and processes as well as focus on preparing people.

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Digitalisation will generate significant amounts of information. Gather data and apply insights to your digital transformation.

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Communicate frequently

Clear communication is critical from the beginning. More specifically, communicate the vision, explain the journey and remember to celebrate success along the way.

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