Digital Transformation: It’s Now or Never
Digital transformation, digital mesh, machine learning, IoT, AI, customer data, cloud computing. All are technology trends cited to make big gains in 2017. What do they mean for your business?
Digital transformation has been a buzzword for the past few years. It encompasses many things to many people. In its essence, it is the process of providing a digital experience for your customer in meaningful ways that result in higher levels of customer satisfaction and increased revenues. As the buying power of generations shift, millennials are not only demanding but expecting seamless digital experiences. And if your company, product or service does not offer that level of expectation, chances are you will be left behind. Digital transformation isn’t an IT project, it’s a strategic imperative that will change the future of the business.
What does this mean for your technology team? Get ready for change at an unprecedented pace. Get ready to be at the forefront of business strategy. Get ready to be held accountable for the future of your business.
It will be stressful.
But it will also be rewarding. With the customer in the drivers seat, technology becomes the future of the enterprise instead of just a cog in the wheel.
Having the right roadmap and technical architecture in place ensures a successful implementation. Often these architectures and plans are best arrived at from an experienced, 3rd party viewpoint.
Here at Spitfire, we have two practices that work directly with CIOs and their teams to determine their readiness and ability to adopt a digital transformation strategy. Our Digital Transformation Assessment does a deep dive on what is working, what is not and what is needed to get to your organization’s transformation goals. Our Technology Leadership Practice gets your team ready to face the seemingly never-ending changes that come with a transformative initiative. And it makes sure your leaders are up to the task.
Ready to take on a digital transformation initiative? Or already in the middle of one? Here are a couple of articles: