BCE is committed to helping organizations of all sizes, small and large, to navigate the impact of COVID-19 across industries. We offer a wide variety of services tailored to each clients’ needs and budget.
As companies continue to bring on new employees during the pandemic, onboarding has become virtual for many. Upskilling existing employees has moved online. With this shift comes new challenges—how do you make sure trainees are spending their time productively? How do you teach them efficiently when you can’t see what they’re doing in the office and they can’t easily shadow existing employees who will show them the ropes?
COVID-19 has forced many health systems to adopt telehealth tools. Even for systems at the forefront of telehealth experimentation, implementation and utilization was extremely uneven before the current public health crisis. Before considering scaling these nascent telehealth programs into more robust digital health offerings, leaders must evaluate how these capabilities align to long-term digital health strategy.
The hits keep coming in 2020. While we all stay focused on executing our plans through the remainder of the year – and within the elements we can control – BCE continues to see signs for optimism in the consumer world for 2021.
BCE has been tracking consumer attitudes and behaviors in response to the pandemic since May. In this latest round of the tracking survey, respondents were asked to reflect on their spending in 2020 – including any changes caused as a result of the pandemic – and project that forward into 2021.
The private equity market entered 2020 riding 10+ years of momentum. However, the COVID-19 pandemic and associated market uncertainty have put the brakes on new deals and forced investors to alter their strategies. While some reactionary GP strategies were focused on near-term survival, we predict others are here to stay as investors adopt to the “new normal”.
Remote service models have become increasingly attractive for capital equipment and infrastructure manufacturers over the last several years, for some very compelling reasons: Big picture,
As schools prepare for the ‘20-‘21 academic year, administrators face tough decisions for how to maintain student and educator safety while maximizing the quality of
Following the emergence of COVID-19 in March, consumers saw the lifting of societal restrictions (stay at home orders, travel bans) as the most important indicators
Philanthropic and charitable donations need to work smarter as total giving contracts In the weeks following governmental responses to the accelerating COVID-19 outbreak, as major
BCE’s new series on how organizations can position for a market rebound begins with a look at how to think about adjacent market growth: In
BCE’s newest survey results show many consumers chose to delay spending across categories in April due to COVID-19, but appear ready to complete purchases as
COVID-19 paused elective surgical procedures across the country, with some reopening happening only within the past couple of weeks. While this created short-term pain for