Digital transformation is not about technology; digital transformation is about redefining your value proposition and to deliver that value proposition; you have to think about how to disrupt your current business model and redesign your company to deal with exponential market and technology changes.
Data & Data Strategy
Creating the proper data strategy is important to enjoy higher-quality data and more immediate access to your data. Or perhaps you’re just tired of printing pages and pages of paper forms, dragging them around, keeping them organized, and spending hours and hours entering the data you collected by hand.
As part of the journey, we facilitate formulating an explicit data strategy, Strategy for how you are going to go about gathering data, using data, putting data into the heart of your business and how you can create new value going forward
After creating the data strategy, we move to the process of making information available and accessible in a digital format.
Rethinking your business model by providing digitized products and solutions that create customer engagement and support your business to move from analog to digital. We facilitate the process of developing an integrated business strategy inspired by the capabilities of powerful readily accessible technologies and responsive to relentless market changing conditions. Defining a digital strategy is the easy part; strategy execution is the real challenge.
Building the right capabilities and creating a clear road map for brown field and green field for business. Creating a clear business process and use cases to pave the road for full transformation. The journey takes years and it needs to follow a clear digital true north where strategy can be revised every two to three years to cope with ever-changing technologies and fast-changing market dynamics. we establish a digital innovation lab and form a dif=gial transformation unit to guarantee governance and digital transformation success.
Operational backbone enables operational excellence in back-office processes and transactions through integrated systems and well-controlled processes (e.g. ERP, CRM). Operational backbone is the basic: If you don’t have it, build it now.