On August 14 in Colombia, TransparentBusiness and everis, a multinational company that offers strategy and business solutions and a member of the NTT DATA Group, one of the ten largest IT services companies worldwide, signed a strategic agreement to build the future of work with programs and actions towards the digital transformation in companies, labor inclusion for Colombians, and transparency in recruitment processes.
Celebrated by Silvina Moschini, President and Co-Founder of TransparentBusiness, and Diego Tovar, CEO of everis Colombia, along with Mauricio Vargas, General Manager of TransparentBusiness in Colombia, this agreement has three fundamental pillars:
- Everis talent cloud: To create an everis talent cloud with the TransparentBusiness technology, an exponential company aligned in the way talent works in the digital economy without geographical boundaries and rigid models.
- Help other companies through digital transformation: encourage the creation of other talent clouds, including SENA’s (Colombian’s National Learning Service), a super innovative project that combines artificial intelligence with education along with technology leaders such as Google, SAP, RedHat , Amazon and others that provide training in employability skills in the digital economy, facilitated by the TransparentBusiness technology.
- Transparency in public procurement: Managing, monitoring, coordinating and paying contractors and global talent is complicated, for this, it is essential to work with transparent models that allow the verification of billable hours and the work done.
Technology, globalization, demographic and social factors, and the economy create an environment prone to new forms of work, with more transparent and inclusive schemes.
Current technologies allow flexible and remote talent models to become the new norm for work. Millennials will be 75% of workers by 2025 worldwide, and by 2020, 40% of the workforce will be contingent, so they will demand new ways of working. It will be essential to include transparent work models that allow verifying the work done, and that provide trust, engagement and accountability for the tasks performed by the remote team.
‘With this partnership with everis, we want to transform the world of work in Colombia towards more flexible models, where talent is the only rule, at the same time, we will bring transparency in work processes and business development within the framework of this joint initiative that opens a digital route to reduce unemployment and combat corruption in recruitment,’ said Silvina Moschini, President of TransparentBusiness.
‘We see in TransparentBusiness a platform very aligned with these trends and our needs as a consulting firm to manage our direct and indirect workforce, make work organization more flexible, and capture talent that either no longer wants to be linked to a single company on a full-time basis, or it is located in areas far from our operation’, said Diego Tovar, CEO of everis Colombia regarding this alliance. "The technological innovation in the architecture and proposal of TransparentBusiness, offers new opportunities to work remotely and online, facilitating the link between companies and employees."
Technology applied to cloud transparency opens up an immense range of employment opportunities and inclusive hiring, connected with the growing trend of flexible working conditions aimed to millennials and women seeking to balance both their personal and professional lives.