- January 17, 2020
- Posted by: webmaster
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work from the enterprise out
To move towards a digital, service-based focus, organizations need a clear digital vision with a strategy for digital transformation. Digital transformation is not simply about deploying new technology; it is the acceleration of business activities, processes, competencies and models to fully leverage the change and opportunities of digital technologies and their impact in a strategic and prioritized way. By driving digitization at every touch point and at every level – employee, customer and operations – organizations can catalyze change and add value across the entire enterprise.
As part of the move to transform from enterprise out, it is time leadership changes the way they look at technology. Best of the breed technologies deployed in silos and overtime will be disjointed and will create a complex technology landscapes with an emphasis on customization rendering brittle and expensive environments to maintain. The concept is fundamental to digital transformation. Rather than considering core solutions as separate entities, they should be viewed as a connected, value-driven ecosystem that can be used to create interrelated products, services and software that act as value-multipliers for other parts of the organization.
When you look at your technology this way, it will drive customer and employee engagement, along with operations efficiency and position you to embrace digital transformation from the enterprise out.