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Are SMBs invited to the digital transformation party?

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In the enterprise, digital transformation is no longer synonymous with striving toward a structural or radical change by replacing and rebuilding systems and processes. Rather, it now resembles any other business function – with the goal of enabling continuous innovation across departments.

If you’re at a small or medium-sized business (SMB), however, the stakes are different. You’re probably already pressed for technology resources and capital. Why then, would you care about turning your operations inside out and changing your fundamental ways of working? Read More

Boards Are Undergoing Their Own Digital Transformation

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The pandemic has pushed organizations in every industry to embrace new, digital solutions. But while much has been written about the impact of the shift to remote work on employees, managers, and executives, there’s another critical group that’s been forced to transform itself overnight: board members. To what extent has the rapid digitalization associated with the pandemic extended to board operations? And to what extent will those changes persist as we move towards whatever the next new normal will be?

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How Companies Master Their Digital Transformation

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Online use has been on the rise worldwide since the Corona pandemic. Consumers in Germany, for example, recently even relied more frequently on digital channels and services than on analog alternatives – except for food and healthcare – for shopping, banking transactions, or dealing with the authorities, for example. Nevertheless, Germany is less digitally savvy than all other European countries, with the exception of Switzerland. These are the findings of a representative study (German Study) by McKinsey & Company published at the end of May. Read More

Intelligent, Integrated Automation Is The Heart Of Digital Transformation

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It is not an overstatement to say that 2021 will be a make-or-break year for digital transformation. Last year, many companies ramped up their digital transformation investments to combat the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. A NASSCOM report found a 30% spike in digital transformation deals amongst companies included in the survey in 2020, along with an 80% increase in cloud spending and 15% in CX. In the same period, Honeywell surveyed more than 400 employees in senior positions of U.S. companies and found that over 50% were likely to invest in automation in order to survive changing market conditions during and after the pandemic. Read More