The current socio-economic context is marked by constant change. Technological, social and cultural advancements happen increasingly faster and organizations can’t stay on the sidelines if they want to be competitive.
To meet the demands of the market and improve their offer of products and services, companies should dedicate part of their resources to innovation.

But what is innovation when talking about the activity of a company?
The economist Joseph Schumpeter defines it as “the implementation of new work methods, the opening of new markets or the introduction of new ways to compete which lead to a redefinition of the industry.”

This definition values the three fundamental aspects that will differentiate a company that commits to innovation from one that does not:

- Individual initiative: it is essential that the heart of the company fosters worker creativity and the application of their ideas and projects.
- Improvement of processes: the constant implementation of changes to products, services and work processes.
- Continuous innovation: permanently review the company’s activity in order to incorporate new lines of business.
In addition to these ways of innovation, there is also disruptive innovation, that reaches it maximum expression and is the appearance of a new industry.

eDiversa, company connected to innovation

In eDiversa, we know that in order to be able to offer a service adapted to client needs, we have to be pioneers in innovation. We are aware that technology is the foundation to increase efficiency, profitability and productivity of companies and we offer this to our clients through our platforms.

Internally, we are also constantly checking our work processes. With what aim? To gain efficiency and profitability and be able to dedicate part of our resources to R+D+I. And, this way, develop new lines of business and diversify our business model.
For all of these reasons, eDiversa wants to be, and is, a company connected to innovation.