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SRO Blockchain and Asset Management article

Digital transformation within the entire facility management and property & estates market (not just the NHS) requires a new set
of skills and behaviours, alongside a shift in culture that removes silos and provides end-to-end process thinking. Pockets of good
practice, excellence and innovative thinking in the digital space exist, although there’s also a need for greater understanding and
learning. Unfortunately, these pockets of good practice and desire for learning are usually in silos, short-lived and come from those who
don’t, historically, have enough influence at the decision-making table.

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About the author

Karolina Szymanska

Karolina Szymanska

Karolina is an experienced marketer. At SRO Solutions, she provides a key role in supporting the company’s growth by managing marketing activities, promoting, developing and upholding the SRO brand in our operating markets around the world.

"The introduction of Blockchain can help reduce uncertainty, improve clarity and transparency, and
provide the basis for further improvements to the way in which data is understood and managed."

Paul Redmont, SRO Solutions - Innovation