Digital Transformation

Digital transformation can be an in-depth transformation of economic and business activities, processes, competencies and models to fully exploit the changes and possibilities of a mixture of digital technologies and their effects that are accelerating throughout society in an appropriate and prioritized way, with current and future shifts in mind You.

While digital transformation is mostly used in a business context, in addition, its impact on other organizations such as governments, public sector institutions and organizations that participate in addressing community challenges such as pollution and an aging population by utilizing a number of existing and emerging technologies.

In certain countries, such as Japan, digital transformation even aims to influence every aspect of existence using the 5. country initiative, which is in accordance with the vision of 4. An industry that is far-reaching.

In the scope of the digital transformation overview, we mainly consider the business dimension. The growth and development of new competencies shown to involve the capacity to be more agile, people-oriented, innovative, customer-centered, efficient, able to encourage/increase the possibility to change the existing order and utilize new information – and improve -even income. The efforts and techniques of digital transformation are often more urgent and offered in highly commoditized markets.

Current and future shifts and changes, which involve the spread of faster digital transformation strategies, can be caused by a number of causes, often simultaneously, around the number of customer behaviors and expectations, new economic realities, changing societies (eg aging populations)) , ecosystem / industrial disturbances and (accelerating adoption and related innovations) emerging or existing digital technologies. Optimizing customer experience used, completed to completion, operational versatility and innovation are the main drivers and objectives of digital transformation, combined with the growth and development of new revenue sources and knowledge-based value environments, which result in the transformation of business designs and new types of digital processes. However, before arriving there it was answered to solve internal challenges as well, including the number of legacy systems and the breakdown of processes, where internal goals were unavoidable for the following steps.

Digital transformation is truly a journey with various intermediary objectives connected, in progress, striving towards sustainable optimization across processes, divisions and also business ecosystems from highly connected epochs where building the best bridges (between front and back-office finishes, data from ‘objects’ and decisions, people, teams, technology, various players in the environment, etc.) for the purpose of the trip it is important to achieve success.

The element of people is to type it at all levels: in the transformation phase as a result (collaboration, environment, skills, culture, empowerment etc.) and clearly in the purpose of digital transformation. Because people do not want ‘digital’ for everything and respect human interaction and face to face there will always be an ‘offline’ element, with respect to the context. However, and in non-digital interactions and transactions, digital transformation plays a role in empowering each agent who faces customers.

The electronic transformation strategy aims to produce the ability to make full use of options and the possibility of the latest technology and its impact faster, better and in more innovative ways in the long run. The journey of electronic transformation requires a phased approach that has a clear road map, involves a number of stakeholders, outside the silo and internal / exterior boundaries. This roadmap assumes that the ultimate goal continues to move because digital transformation is de facto clearly an ongoing, out of the ordinary trip