White Paper: Enfocus Solutions
Implementation of modern technology in our daily life is a credit to digital transformation success. Research shows that only companies with a culture open to changes can leverage digital transformation to the maximum.
For a successful digital transformation, the CIO of the company has to be more involved with the changes in business vision, IT infrastructure, and investments. The CIO has to understand the process completely as well as take the initiative to be the leader in the whole structural conversion to digital transformation.
Key Takeaways from this whitepaper:
Customer obsession is the need of the hour for digital transformation success.
Digital disruption of mobile experience has enhanced customer’s expectation.
Collaboration within the company can strengthen customer experience, the solution to successful digital transformation.
Swift analysis of customer expectation by experimenting with new information types.
Technology and business leadership are the major criteria for the CIO towards embracing digital transformation.
Are CIOs becoming more invested in “the digital experience?” What kind of digital transformation strategy is needed to drive this experience? To drive digital transformation and growth, CIOs should be digitally savvy and obsessed with CX proficiency. In the future, they might face challenges stemming from more sophisticated business demands, and it's important to respond to those with agility, efficiency and organization. This informative whitepaper on Digital Transformation mainly focuses on: Painting the big picture while driving new revenue and delivering a quick ROI Simplifying and optimizing business productivity Business Apps: Where agility meets digital transformation Cyber security: Top concerns for CIOs Agile: The new norm Download this whitepaper and find out how flexible business transformation platform can improve customer-facing processes and accelerate revenue.
Value‐driven Business Process Management Discipline directs the traditional process improvement approaches like Lean or Six Sigma to the right targets where they deliver best value and address issues through other approaches with an appropriate automation. But the traditional process improvement approaches often don't lead to any tangible business outcomes while consuming significant resources. To ensure the long‐term success of such business process improvement initiatives, you need to understand: What processes have a high impact on your business strategy? What are the additional capabilities and processes that a company with traditional improvement approaches would require to build a value-driven Business Process Management discipline? What processes are less critical for achieving organization's strategic objectives? What is the sole purpose of your business process improvement strategies? This whitepaper looks at how organizations can use the Business Process Management Discipline to overcome many of the shortcomings of traditional process improvement approaches and point them at the right targets where they deliver best value. Inside this Business Process Management whitepaper: Key characteristics of traditional process improvement approaches Importance of Separation between business and IT process improvement initiatives Solving significant issues related to analyzing and improving business processes Identifying Process management capability gaps Business process mapping, modeling & analysis