Business on Camera (BOC) has qualified for the Canada Digital Adoption Program (CDAP), which will offer monumental assistance to the company’s journey in providing digital autonomy and creative intelligence for clients.
“It’s an excellent opportunity to have an external consultant support BOC in our long term vision,” states BOC CEO Matt Keay. “We’ve developed a digital road map with key milestones with a series of KPI’s.”
The program is the Canadian government’s commitment of $4 billion towards supporting the digital evolution of businesses. This initiative offers a “Boost Your Business Technology” grant that provides up to $15,000 in funding.
This funding is intended to assist businesses in collaborating with Consultus Digital, a dedicated CDAP advisor. Additionally, the program offers access to a $100,000 interest-free loan from BDC, which can be utilized to execute a digital adoption roadmap.
Digital adoption helps businesses to stay competitive in the modern marketplace and it expands client outreach into both local and international audiences.
According to the CDAP website, this grant gives businesses the opportunity to reduce overhead costs, speed up transactions, respond to clients more quickly, manage inventory more efficiently, and improve supply chain logistics.
Participation in this program has not only invigorated the team, but it’s given BOC a robust and intuitive roadmap as the company keeps striving for excellence.