What means Digital Transformation to you?
Digital transformation can occur on a variety of interesting platforms. It’s about using smart technologies to meet the dynamic needs of external customers, as well as to adapt to internal needs, for a business that has not been disrupted by trends. Using a single data stream from a handheld PDA and a telephone with the data fed into it, you can track your sales force’s performance in real-time. The key is using an intelligent multi-big- Data across applications, using technology, and not just expertise in one specific field to deliver the solutions needed.
The essence of digital transformation is its ability to offer new perspectives to transform any business, or whatever your business is, from a B2B to retail, from a consumer to an engineering firm. Digital transformation is not postcards or training. Instead, digital transformation is about improving the fundamentals that drive business agility, enabling companies to seize opportunities, exploit natural opportunities, and offer dynamic service. In order to do this, it’s about holding open and collaborative conversations, using certain technologies, and business modeling to stay ahead of the curve.
The bottom line is acknowledging that competition, of possibly slowing, and the transformation of a marketplace are two strong trends. They are the ones that have been on the rise since the 1980s. It’s a necessary process for any business, and with new economic requirements, especially smartphone usage, finding ways to meet these demands will be key to your success.
Digital Transformation is about making technology what it used to be, and go forward to grow, with today’s dynamic needs in mind. Technology has always served the needs of those in the lowest economic standing. However, it’s worth repeating the argument that technology is for farms,prioritizing the needs of farming: high tech, low touch, high tech, low touch. Technology users have access to a lot of information that can be used to enable business agility but is limited to traditional agricultural uses. Digital is about extending the reach of projects, applications, and commerce to customers, for any breed of business, in any geography. It’s about drawing out the next from a tank that draws just to cut tags off.
In a world as complex as ours, Digital Transformation happens in the thousands of applications we need to analyze and manage daily. The challenge is being able to manage the myriad of available applications and technologies of the past into a single application that, at its best, can help us to understand our customers, provide service faster, work more efficiently, and maximize customer service for business profitability. It is about redefining, using, and supporting the tools of the future to meet the growth demands of clients.
The key to digital transformation is connecting the dots between digital use, this technology, and business performance. It’s about thinking in terms of cross-functional collaboration and solutions that allow the business to focus on enabling value for customers, realize mesmerizing results, and predicts change where it counts revolutionarily.
Using digital technology to achieve business agility approaches customer service from the perspective of how customers experience value and calamity by acknowledges, and engages with, the idea of creating a greater customer experience, not just fulfilling a promise or making a sale. This allows for the increased adoption of the business modeling language to understand expectations, predict opportunity, and offer better on-time or timely delivery. It’s about creating power for businesses to meet our new demands, be agile to our customers, and understand new ways of modern ways of thinking.
Finally, it is about aligning the potential for productivity, viability, and continuing competitive advantage in the digital age to determine the capacity of the new higher-value processes of thought.
This mutually reinforcing approach to business is success, but is the most challenging. Turnaround is about winning and winning big. With the right rethinking and many areas of collaboration, with the right strategic thinking, and with best practices approaches, a business can and will prosper.