Future of work – Remote operations


Future of Work – Index

2019-05-28 – Future of Work – Disruption – Remote Operations

The automation of tasks, the decentralization of productive and daily processes of the companies and the global distribution of technological equipment, workers and offices have made it possible that the location where the business processes are carried out is not of importance.

A bank transfer today can be done from any location and its processing can be done from different physical locations.

On the other hand, the location where the processes are carried out is anywhere in the world since the technology allows to locate servers, equipment, devices, robots, devices anywhere and manage them and use them from anywhere in the world.

The rise of cloud platforms allows managing  tasks from anywhere in the world.
Different processes of a workflow can be done in different points and intercommunicate results and statistics from different origins distributed with online results.
Processing levels are enhanced and the stages of the processes can be developed in parallel throughout the world.

You can monitor the results in real time and remotely and consult them at any time.

Future of Work – Index

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Matías Creimerman

Matías Creimerman
I’m a specialist in design, development and management of software solutions with almost 20 years of experience. Microsoft Certificated Professional (MCP). Expert in dot net and Microsoft technologies. Experience and skills in designing solutions in a wide range of commercial, industrial and production areas. Design of architectures, software applications and processes. Skills in leadership and team management. Tech trainer. Technology researcher. Self-taught and dedicated to continuous learning. Skills in estimation, quotation, projects proposals and solutions design. Entrepreneurial spirit. Strong Tech profile but also customer oriented. I perform roles as fullstack dev, tech consultant, technical referent, development leader, team leader, architect, cross leader, tech manager, tech director, trainer, ramp-up & follow-up teams, software factory manager, DevOps and release manager. Regular chess player and musician.

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Matias Creimerman

I’m a specialist in design, development and management of software solutions with 20 years of experience. Microsoft Certificated Professional (MCP). Expert in dot net and Microsoft technologies. Experience and skills in designing solutions in a wide range of commercial, industrial and production areas. Design of architectures, software applications and processes. Skills in leadership and team management. Tech trainer. Technology researcher. Self-taught and dedicated to continuous learning. Skills in estimation, quotation, projects proposals and solutions design. Entrepreneurial spirit. Strong Tech profile but also customer oriented. I perform roles as fullstack dev, tech consultant, technical referent, development leader, team leader, architect, cross leader, tech manager, tech director, trainer, ramp-up & follow-up teams, software factory manager, DevOps and release manager. Regular chess player and musician.

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