It’s never been more crucial for businesses to adapt to the ever-changing demands of a digital world. For us, digital transformation for us goes so much further than problem solving.
Digital transformation is the process of using digital technologies to create new — or modify existing — business processes, culture, and customer experiences to meet changing business and market requirements. This reimagining of business in the digital age is digital transformation.
Moving to new IT systems, implementing digital services, or even transferring workloads to cloud computing architectures it’s by no means a simple process. Often digital transformations involve retraining, reorganisation and even the creation of new jobs within the business. For instance, if your organisation pivots towards data being a large part of the business model, a data protection officer will likely be needed.
Digital transformation is often used as a blanket term to describe multiple upgrades within a business. You may be adding in a new system, but it could have an effect on a number of different parts of your business and the way it works. Adding one technology here may require new tech added elsewhere – newer, faster computers may need bigger servers for instance.