written by Sandy Cockrell III
Companies are at various stages in applying technologies such as cognitive computing, blockchain, robotics, and artificial intelligence. Some are automating discrete manufacturing, service, and compliance processes; others are digitizing at the core of their business models. The disruptive capability of today’s digital innovations is one reason why spending decisions are moving into the realm of corporate strategy, more so than ever before. There is certainly room for trial and error, but waste can be very costly.
written by Howard Tiersky
“Digital” has fundamentally changed consumer expectations. Great brands have two choices, they can radically transform their customer experience to make it digitally elegant, or they can cede a significant portion of their market to digital-first companies who are already doing it.
written by Bertram Schulte, Chief Digital Officer of SAP
Many companies hope to achieve the innovation, profits and streamlined processes that digital transformation promises. However, in my experience, I often find there is ambiguity about digital transformation from our customers, partners and business colleagues. To help separate what’s fact and what’s fiction, I’ve condensed my point of view into three myths about digital transformation. If you grasp these common misconceptions, you’ll be on your way to achieving true digital transformation.
written by Matt Lhoumeau
The state of modern business is rapidly changing. To thrive, it is imperative to take action and embrace new digital tools that modernize woefully archaic processes, in order to drive sustainable growth and success.
Digital transformation gave rise to modern Systems of Record and Systems of Engagement for key business and communication processes.
We are now seeing the rise of modern Systems of Agreement for automating and connecting the agreement process—allowing companies to accelerate and simplify how they do business.
The guide to boosting your sales productivity. Too often, finalizing a sale can turn into a time-consuming nightmare full of tedious paperwork. After the verbal yes, sales reps and operations folks spend several days formalizing and completing the order.
Accelerate your organisation's Digital Transformation
Digital transformation is one of the hottest topics in business today. And for good reason... Numerous studies confirm the benefits of going digital. In one such study, Capgemini Consulting notes that on average digital leaders are 26% more profitable, generate 9% more revenue, and have 12% higher market valuations than their industry peers.
Aragon Research, a leading technology analyst firm, released its latest research note highlighting DocuSign in the leader category in DTM – a market the firm notes is poised for explosive growth to $30 billion by 2020. The note – Aragon Research Tech Spectrum™ For Digital Transaction Management 2015 – also mentions the tremendous value organizations are achieving by going fully digital.
Article by SA Franchise Warehouse
Successful companies have a long history of leveraging technology to replace slow, complicated, manual processes to drive efficiency, reduce costs, and improve customer satisfaction. Liz De Freitas, Account Manager at AdvanceNet says, in spite of this drive, many unfortunately still use antiquated ways to collect and use information during transactions, particularly when signatures are required.
So you recognise the importance of moving to a digital platform. You’re tired of the old, incumbent processes your company is currently utilising. But you’re also probably asking a number of questions: How do I start on the digital path? Where do I begin? How do I stack up against my competitors? Which is the right area to invest?
There are a number of key steps involved in ensuring a smooth transition from the old to the new ways of working, so we’ve outlined the integral points for you and your company to follow in order for you to successfully go digital effectively.