Datacom sees rapid shift to digital platforms under covid

Paul McBeth
Fri, 31 Jul 2020

Paul McBeth
Fri, 31 Jul 2020
The move to introduce digital systems and platforms only got faster under the covid-19 pandemic lockdowns, as firms were forced into new ways of operating, according to IT services firm Datacom. The company had already invested heavily in those in-demand services over the past couple of years, and chief executive Greg Davidson said that’s only going to continue in the current environment, with software-as-a-service and intellectual property two areas where he wants to spend more. “We’ve got some quite ambitious capital plans this year too...
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