The pandemic made a strong case for accelerating digital transformation. Are any of these debunked excuses holding up your progress?
Digital transformation in healthcare should not be carried out in isolation but rather as part of a wider business transformation
As with most other industries, healthcare has seen significant benefits from digital transformation (DX), with the adoption of new technologies helping to deliver secure, high-quality patient care and drive greater business efficiency
In 2018, Gartner made a bold and alarming prediction: By 2030, 80 percent of heritage financial firms would be out of business.1 The research firm attributed these anticipated closures to digitalization, with businesses that fail to embrace digital transformation losing market share to “global digital platforms, fintech companies and other nontraditional players”.
Many business leaders feel they are ready to take on digital transformation. The question is, what do they want to accomplish with new technology-driven approaches beyond simply digitizing existing processes or business lines?
In the latest Hotel Business Hot Topics session, “The Digital Transformation: The Time to Upgrade is Now!” panelists discussed how technology is changing the hospitality industry, from back-of-house operations to guest services.
Many organizations are confronting the question of how to integrate fragmented and often makeshift digitalization efforts in a way that’s sustainable. Are there ways to speed up digitalization and make outcomes more predictable?
The pandemic only exacerbated the risk of digital transformation burnout for teams that logged long hours to deliver critical capabilities at warp speed. Fight fatigue using these strategies
The urgency of marketplace competition has long been the driver for making digital transformation a priority for enterprise organizations both large and small, in basically every industry.
Across industries, businesses are now tech and data companies. The sooner they grasp and live that, the quicker they will meet their customer needs and expectations, create more business value and grow.
You may assume that in order to become a digital-first leader, you need to know all the technical nuances of coding or computer languages. This is untrue! Although it helps if you’re versed in some technical skills, what’s more important than being tech-savvy is your ability as an entrepreneur.
Paying for a coffee through an app on your cell phone or buying a product through a tablet in department stores is already common in big cities. However, most small and medium-sized businesses , which are the engine and backbone of the local economy, still have a way to go to migrate to being fully online.
Data protection, now more than ever, is providing peace of mind and ensuring business continuity. The world of data protection is wide and varying, across new technologies and old, striving to support an ever-changing world of technology and the way we work.
As financial services evolve to meet the challenges posed by a digital-first marketplace, banks need to bring technology out of the shadows of operational support functions and into the forefront of innovation, digital services and customer experience.
Are your digital initiatives truly transformative, or just an upgrade? Consider these five defining characteristics of real digital transformation
As well as costing millions of lives, the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the world’s economy. Although vaccines are now rolling out around the world, even though that’s at a different tempo depending on the country, enterprises are cautiously hoping that they are past the worst, and are looking forward to recovery.