Digital transformation launches your organisation towards digital excellence by implementing technology into your business architecture.
The definition of digital transformation
Defining digitisation is difficult. This is because the transformational efforts differ from one organisation to the next. Generally however, digitisation means the integration of digital technologies into every area of an organisation, leading to foundational changes to the company’s core business operations. It also has a profound impact on the way businesses deliver value to their customers. Looking further, digitisation involves shifting the company culture, requiring organisations to continually adapt to market demands and experiment with change.
At its core, digital transformation is about redefining processes and improving the business architecture. By automating repetitive tasks with robotic process automation for example, will free up employees’ time. Time they can then spend on more valuable work. Another example is the implementation of an agile ERP system. ERP software incorporates multiple business processes into one system, like inventory, purchase and sales.
Our digitisation services
Digitising business processes is often a big step towards optimising business management. To achieve success though, companies need to have their processes mapped out and in order. This is especially the case if there’s a demand for the implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, like mentioned above. Outlining the complete process architecture can be a daunting undertaking for a lot of organisations, which is why we offer our digital transformation services:
A fresh set of eyes can make a world of difference in uncovering hidden potential and revealing new possibilities. Our consultants are outfitted with a broad knowledge of differing industries and the dynamics which drive the market. In cooperation with the business’ core team we always come up with an effective digital transformation strategy.
Writing up a digital transformation strategy is the opening move. The first leap towards digital excellence. In it, business processes are aligned with technology, business demands and customer needs. We look for the best technology solutions that best suit the company’s budget and expectations.
Digital transformation implementation is where life is breathed into the strategy. Developing a good plan is crucial, but executing it is where it really starts. Some assumptions might prove to be wrong, others might need to be adjusted. IT managers need to use their experience to find the best solutions, which might mean diverging from the initial strategy.
The practical side of digital transformation
No two businesses are exactly the same. Different organisations have different needs, which is why non-specific advice on digitisation isn’t very useful. This is also why hiring external experts is so powerful. We gather data, talk to management and employees from all levels, and evaluate your business strategy. Through our birds eye view of the company, we can identify problems management isn’t even aware of yet. This allows us to identify points of improvement and bottlenecks in business processes.
This could mean utilising different solutions, depending on the type of business. The sales department might need an improved CRM system. There might be loads of unnecessary data processing done by hand, which could be taken over by a software robot. Whatever digital solutions are necessary to enhance the business, the transformation starts with cloud services and data integration. These are the two fundamental pillars of the future deployment of digital services.