This article will explain in simple terms what Digital Transformation is, and why you need to care about it if you want your business to succeed.
On the surface of things, you might think Digital Transformation is the move from analogue to digital – from pen and paper to stylus and tablet, if you will. But it’s much more than this.
In our personal lives, we made the shift from using a road atlas to sat nav years ago, but today our phones can predict where we’re going, who we’re meeting and even when we need to leave based on real-time traffic reports.
This is more than just new tech, it’s a cultural shift in how we allow technology to integrate with our day-to-day lives and help us cope with our hectic schedules.
And that is digital transformation at its heart. It’s not just about having technology; it’s about adopting digital technology into all areas of our business to deliver value to our customers. It’s about embracing cultural change to continually meet with the needs of the market.
Because, if you don’t keep pace with change you risk becoming irrelevant. Digital transformation allows us to improve our efficiency and productivity that ultimately results in increased profits and business growth.
Using SharePoint online and Teams to collaboratively edit documents and be face-to-face with your team, regardless of their location. Setting up EM+S to ensure the security of your data whilst enabling your remote workforce. Migrating your servers to Azure to create systems that are agile, resilient and scalable enough to keep you working regardless of what happens.
These are all examples of how digital transformation can enable your success, but the journey will be different for each customer. Even if you’re not embracing digital transformation, your competitors likely are.
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