Digital transformation is a complex process that changes how businesses work and go to market with their products, creating long-term opportunities for partners equipped to take customers on this on-going digital journey.
Disruption is not only about being proactive to change but being reactive as well; organisations must be agile and need to understand that disruption is a challenge that encompasses the entire business rather than just the IT department.
Digital transformation has been a key trend for 2017 and will continue to disrupt manufacturing processes into 2018, if you haven’t already, it is time to embrace the change and take advantage of the new opportunities that it brings.
Rightly, or wrongly, digital transformation has become a buzzword across most industries this year, so much so, the meaning and the value behind the phrase has become clouded. Digital transformation is more than just a buzzword... watch this video to learn more.
Understanding your customers better than they understand themselves is the key to success. Insight into the customer’s digital behaviour is increasingly becoming a game changer when it comes to giving customers the unique and personal buying experience.
The world is a vastly different place to what it was when previous legislations were introduced to secure an individuals personal information. In the age of social media, digitalisation and the cloud, the way in which personal information is shared is a significantly different... This blog post is part of our 'ask the Expert' series and was written by Columbus Consultancy Process Practice Director, Simon Noakes.
Your business partners and customers want to engage with your company in a productive manner, based on shared values and objectives. You can make this much easier for them by integrating systems and information sources.