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Digital Transformation: Using Technology to Drive Business Efficiency

In the last couple of years many business owners and entrepreneurs have found themselves making sudden business shifts – from things as small to having meetings online instead of in person to as big as revamping their entire business model to work remotely. Not only can these changes take time and money to figure out and implement, they add extra stress that nobody wants or needs right now. Is there a simple way to know which changes to make? How do we know which solutions are going to make the biggest impact, save us the most time or money?

Let’s take a breath and break down:
• The pros and cons of digitization, digitalization, and automation
• What areas of your business can benefit
• How to evaluate digital processes and technology to find the right solutions for your business

Presented By: Brandi Good, BLG Business Solutions

Brandi Good is a systems specialist and tech integrator supporting businesses that need to spend less time on frustrating tech work and more time on generating revenue. With caregiving responsibilities that require an online business that runs without her, Brandi knows you need to work smarter, not harder. Her signature offerings Systematize Your Kajabi Course and Systematize Your Online Course are designed to help entrepreneurs future-proof their businesses by getting digital products like online courses and memberships up and running.

Brandi has been a guest expert for many Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan events and was honoured at their 2017 Sweet Success event. She has been featured by PowHERhouse Impact Media Group, made the front page of the Regina Leader Post business section, and participated in Software Wars hosted by Systems Saved Me. She has appeared on podcasts such as Entrepreneurial Success, The Course Creator’s MBA, and Process to Profitability.

Brandi lives in Regina with her husband and furbaby, and is obsessed with process automation, morning coffee, and Star Wars.

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