Workflow automation specialist Intoware has launched a new industry podcast to aid businesses embarking on a digital transformation journey. 

‘Digital Transformation Bytes’ is available via Spotify and explores the benefits of digitalisation across sectors including manufacturing, engineering and MRO. It will also include exclusive interviews with companies who’ve already undertaken steps towards digital systems and processes. 

The first episode is available now, hosted by Intoware’s sales director Brad Flook, discussing how the company’s flagship product WorkfloPlus and the adoption of digital workflows across industry can enhance efficiency, quality and compliance. 

“Our new podcast aims to support businesses looking to move closer towards a more digitalised business,” said Keith Tilley (pictured), CEO of Intoware, which placed fourth on our recent FactoryTech 50 ranking.

“We know from our work with industry that digitalisation can feel overwhelming, with concerns about employee buy-in as well as data security commonly raised. 

“This podcast aims to dispel the myths surrounding digital transformation and help industry really reap the rewards of a more efficient and secure way of working, empowering frontline workers while also improving customer satisfaction and quality.” 

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The podcast’s launch comes just weeks after Intoware’s WorkfloPlus was named the first third party app to be certified by handsfree wearable technology pioneers RealWear for use on its devices. Applications must pass a stringent list of certification requirements to be awarded the status, across areas including the clarity of the application’s interface, dictation capabilities and authentication criteria. 

Keith added: “The certification is testimony to WorkfloPlus as a leading workflow automation app and to our position as a leader in the digital transformation field. “We hope business owners and industry decision makers will tune into our podcast as we share our expertise, insights and experiences to aid in their move towards digitalisation.”

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