Digital Transformation Could be your Easter Egg

Digital Transformation Could Be Your Easter Egg

To Digitize is the trend – the most buzzing keyword and Digital Transformation is the foremost strategy to become market disruptors. In this era – companies should focus more on ‘Agility’ than ‘Reactivity.’ What’s your take? To sum up all, here are the top three most important stepping stones:

  1. Vision to Transform
  2. An Arlo Strategy
  3. And a Smacking Implementation

The above mentioned insight will serve your organization as a coffee sleeve.

We all are, well aware of the fact that; we are living in “Digital Darwinism,” era where civilizations and technologies both evolve at the pace of a space rocket. There is a race like a hare going on in the companies to make the process more robust and impactful regarding technology. But the one who goes without any iffy and ablaze; will successfully compete along with an ultimate success.

Digital Transformation roadmap define & governs process in structured agile wayClick To Tweet

As a result, there is indeed need for the companies who practice traditional method have to get competitive digital transformation. So, the companies can experience celestial range of transformation with:

  • Business Environment
  • Business Models
  • Business Processes
  • Business Architecture all the way without any agitation

Prodigious G-code to Prioritize Digital Transformation

1. Vision to Transform

Digital evaluation begins with digital maturity of the organization and it moves parallel with a vision to transform. So if you want to know where your digital mapping is walking on, you need to know at which point you currently are.

Questions Comprise:

  • Does the business model needs rework?
  • Figure out how the business unit can work more closely
  • How the internal units can be molded for enriched customer experience?
  • What will be the right technology to implement?

By the end of 2017, two-thirds of the CEOs of Global 2000 companies will have digital transformation at the center of their corporate strategy. – IDC FutureScape

2. An Arlo Strategy

The sole purpose of this is to fill the gap in the bridge which lies between present situation and the vision. Thus, it needs right investment strategy with focused consultation by right IT partner so that you can find those gaps.

Here companies need to focus on building such a Boujee integrated information structure, which can be the pillar for integrating data across the realm.

Questions Comprise:

  • Identify which are the valuable current assets in digital enabled business?
  • Identify the new investment areas that will enhance the contribution in new vision
  • Identify the flow of value from the existing technology, analytics or collaboration tools
  • Identify the missing skill in digital transformation initiatives

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3. And a Smacking Implementation

Now the management team can have a word about infusing technologies and to re-invent business processes with the experienced technology partner. This is the stage which maximizes the organizational efficiency and can achieve the desired scalability for upcoming digital business model.

Making clear understanding of workflow and data flow, will smoothen the operation integration. Sorting the data for business aptitude leads will boost the productive knowledge worker and stir the decision-making.

Roll the Ball with Digital Transformation Roadmap

Quite simple and effective framework. It helps you to monetize, strategize adjustments which helps to cut down the costs and improve results.

Last but not the least – if you know what consumer and employees are doing at present, then it is tad easy for creating projections for coming year, get up and implement today TO ACHIEVE DESIRED GOALS.

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Sarrah Pitaliya is a senior digital marketing manager at Radixweb to precisely navigate strategy for growth, build marketing capabilities, align the organization around customer experience and mentor teams about new digital, social, mobile channels and customer opportunities. Apart from work, she is a fitness freak and coffee connoisseur.