Everyone has digital transformation on their radar, but its meaning has been lost in the midst of the many different contexts in which it’s used. Digital transformation originally meant an end-to-end change in the way in which an organization is serving its customers. Digital transformation should be broad in scope. It requires a change in the vision held by the organization as well as a good deal of culture change. Read More
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Digital transformation and enterprise modernization initiatives advanced by leaps and bounds in the last decade and especially so in the last five years. Economic sectors across the board have adopted these innovations and financial agencies in general have been leaders in infrastructure modernization. Read More
The tech world has transformed within a very short span of time, and most of this transformation took place over the last few years. We’ve seen transportation evolve to include the introduction of projects like autonomous cars and hyperloop, and media and communication outlets have embraced digital platforms more than ever. Despite all of this, there are still industries that are slow to adopt the pace. It’s not easy to try new and risky ventures and challenge the status quo. But the forced testing time brought about by Covid-19 could be the push some companies need to embrace the tech revolution. Read More
Customer expectations have changed substantially in the last five years. They now expect real-time and personalized responses, greater ease of use, and accessible digital and mobile channels. As customer expectations have shifted, so have organization’s digital transformation strategies, as well as their understanding of what works and what doesn’t. Read More
Big data ensures successful digital transformation in organizations.
Data is an important factor for the success of any organization. Undoubtedly, organizations are playing high on big data. The huge amount of data that is generated and collected every day, the potential for a successful enterprise lies beyond impactful insights. As organizations are already invaded by the innovative technologies, the scope of digital transformation gets accelerated. Read More
Microsoft Teams usage keeps surging to new highs as COVID-19-related remote work has moved the conferencing, chat and collaboration platform to center stage. Read More
As IT leaders learn more about what does – and does not work – when it comes to furthering digital transformation, they’re getting a better picture of the ideal makeup of these teams.
Certainly, there are still some must-have roles, like the DT lead, the financial analyst, and the user experience expert. But some additional roles and capabilities are emerging as increasingly valuable to their enterprise digital initiatives. Read More
The world has gone through a massive overhaul, with Covid-19 taking the reins of how things work. The current market has forced several industries to transform for good. The remnants of traditional sales and marketing have evaporated, and it has forced businesses to adapt.
When the pandemic hit, some companies reacted fast and came out on top. Sure, a few happened to offer the right products or services at a challenging time. (A year ago, who would have thought the must-have consumer item of 2020 would be … disinfectant wipes?) But the vast majority that thrived in these difficult times likely weren’t lucky. They were elastic: able to quickly switch how they worked, what they sold and how they marketed their products and services. Read More
Digital technology is at the center of today’s economic development debate due to its wide use during the Covid-19 outbreak. While there is no doubt that the pandemic is amplifying the adoption of new technologies, technological advancements were already changing the world over the past two decades, from living standards to the very nature of our work. Read More