In recent years, more and more people suffer from work stress, caused by the toxic and competitive environment in which they are forced to work, together with the often dehumanizing behavior of their bosses. Large companies are hierarchically structured and employees live in constant work uncertainty, which makes interpersonal relationships complex and easy to friction and jealousy. To become the companies of the future, they need to pay more attention to people management, in order to overcome the challenges of the market.
Talking about companies of the future means that current companies are no longer adequate for technological progress. Continuous innovation and regulation become essential requirements for survival. The company of the future will be focused on exports, geographical expansion and service, as it alone will not be able to keep up with the advance of technology. It will be increasingly dependent on limited budgets and increasingly dedicated to financing very expensive integration processes, while it will have to be in line with technological innovation and its continuous implementation.
The technological revolution based on the examination of big data is already underway and will lead a greater number of infrastructures to obsolescence, together with their business models which will necessarily have to be adapted to new needs. The customer will have to be brought back to the center and it will be necessary to acquire greater speed of execution and fluidity of the processes. Landoor is an example of a company that has evolved and adapted to new needs and has been able to anticipate the times in terms of digital technological innovation. Landoor is a translation company that has been able to speed up production processes by combining technology with human capital.
At Landoor, a careful investment has been made in computer-assisted translation platform technology alongside integrated terminology and phraseology databases since their introduction on the market. The company is working on the creation of proprietary software for the management of translation processes starting from the needs of people, since the activity is focused on professional translation. Thanks to the integration of artificial intelligence, these technologically advanced tools have simplified work while preserving the creative and intellectual value of company personnel. Human capital remains the only one capable of giving translation that added value and emotional implication that a machine, however advanced, will never be able to provide.