Cutover's predictions for 2021

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Cutover's predictions for 2021

Cutover

January 28, 2021

To put it plainly, 2020 was the year that few could have predicted.

While the turbulent events of the past twelve months will clearly have an enduring effect on our lives as we move into 2021, we’re cautiously hoping that this year will also offer change for the better. If there was any silver lining to be found in 2020, it could be this: adversity can bring fresh perspectives and new ideas, and be a driver for real change.

So what will 2021 bring? How will our lives change in the next twelve months? What will our priorities be? And will the most commonly used phrase still be “you’re on mute”?

We asked some of our Cutover colleagues to talk about their predictions for this year, as well as the silver linings they took from 2020. 

 

Account Director Laura Genova predicts 2021’s most commonly used phrase, and which industry will be booming in the second half of the year.

 

Laura Genova Predictions 2021

 

 

 

Senior Software Engineer Nick Bennett talks about his predictions and hopes for 2021’s next big things.

 

Nick Bennett Predictions 2021

 

 

 

Engineer Shaneil Clarke talks about the coolest piece of work she did from her sofa in 2020. Great work, Shaneil!

Shaneil Clarke Predictions 2021

 

 

Partner Account Director Caz Dunlop predicts 2021’s most commonly used phrase and her hopes for what will be the “new normal”.

Caz Dunlop Predicitions 2021

 

While we obviously can’t predict exactly what will happen this year, we can maintain our focus on the things in our control. At Cutover, we’re working towards some exciting new features and releases in the coming months, and we’re excited to see how we can continue to evolve the platform to further support our incredible customers.

Want more Cutover predictions? Check out our fireside chat with Mike Butler and Ky Nichol, where we explore the state of resilience, both now and into the future.

 

What are your big predictions for 2021? Let us know by tweeting us @gocutover, or tagging us on LinkedIn, using the hashtag #2021predictions.

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