Xigem Technologies Offers Solutions To Thrive In Remote Businesses

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Xigem Technologies Corporation, a technology provider for the growing remote economy, released a statement today on the long-term effects of the global move to remote commerce. Work-from-home and hybrid models will continue to be popular, and business interactions will increasingly take place remotely, even when physical workplaces reopen and pandemic-related limitations are eliminated.

As a result, successful businesses will need to use relevant technology across the whole value chain. Xigem, with its integrated stable of patented and proprietary technologies, is poised to deliver critical solutions for organisations looking to thrive in this new environment.

According to a Pew Research Center poll performed in the United States in January 2022, more individuals are working from home because they want to (61%) rather than because they have to (38%) and 78 percent of those who are now working from home want to keep doing so. According to a comparable international study conducted by Future Forum, 58 percent of knowledge workers have hybrid work arrangements that allow them to split their time between the office and remote.

Xigem has gathered technologies to assist businesses and consumers in thriving in the remote economy. FOOi is a mobile fintech app that facilitates digital payments through peer-to-peer and peer-to-business financial transactions. Its patented iAgent is a customer acquisition, conversion, and retention application that enables virtual and face-to-face interaction anywhere in the world; and its patented iAgent is a customer acquisition, conversion, and retention application that enables virtual and face-to-face interaction anywhere in the world. Cylix Data is a business intelligence platform that uses data to provide detailed information about potential consumers and business partners while also assisting in risk mitigation.

“As we approach the two-year anniversary of the start of the pandemic, it is clear that organizations must be prepared to switch seamlessly to remote interactions and processes to succeed in the new normal. At Xigem our focus is on providing tools for those organizations who are seeking innovative technologies that enable the effective management of their teams, customer relationships, payments, business risks and logistics in the world today.”

Brian Kalish, Co-founder and CEO, Xigem Technologies

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