Digital transformation for business is the transformation of business and organizational activities, processes, competencies, and models to fully make use of the changes and opportunities of a mix of digital technologies and their accelerating impact across society.
In short, digital transformation to make use of digital technologies to steer your business to make money in the new digital age.
Why Do I need to Do Digital Transformation?
My business is doing well for the last decade and it is still doing OK.
I Want it Yesterday!
Not only bosses say that nowadays. Today’s customers, internal or external, expect the same kind of experience they have with technology in their personal lives. But for a business, this can be challenging to achieve. There have never been more choices, both in terms of how and where to deliver applications from, and who to partner within the delivery of services.
Businesses increasingly demand more agile hybrid IT services and agile networking capability and getting the user experience right is a critical part of the business transformation. This goes beyond just the usability of applications for employees or external customers and includes the experience of working with the IT team and tools.
Work Smart, not too Hard
Productivity has been the keyword around the region in the last decade. It’s no longer how hard you work but how much you can produce in the shortest amount of time. As the saying goes, no matter how hard a 50 dollars bill try, it will not be as attractive as a 100 dollars bill.
Employers are looking for new ways to create productivity improvements, with digital technology playing a pivotal role in helping employees to become more effective in their primary roles.
Digital transformation provides a valuable opportunity for core business functions, such as finance and HR, to move away from manual processes and automate key areas like payroll, enabling leaders to focus on wider business opportunities.
Protect IT or Lose IT
The recent hack of our health care database raises a concern to the need for data security. How to move forward and expand usability without compromising on security. This is an increasingly complicated task, requiring rigorous enforcement around access, data compliance, and shielding from attacks. But even the most stringent security measures are useless if an underperforming network forces staff to go elsewhere for flexibility or faster speeds.
It is essential that progressive businesses implement a security strategy consistently across all networks, applications, and data, whatever services or service providers are being used.
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