Transform Your Business
The primary question that businesses have regarding digital transformation is not about digital technology itself. Rather, it is to develop the ability to reimagine how they operate their business by harnessing the full power of digital technology.
It is imperative for businesses to avoid the pitfalls that are associated with rapid technological developments. Large, established companies face the added challenge of overcoming the complexity of pre-existing, legacy technologies and processes, while aligning their digital initiatives to deliver measurable impact.
Digital transformation impacts all aspects of an organisation – from the business model, funding and technology right through to how customers are served, talent acquisition and organisational culture. As such, to create an integrated enterprise, it is imperative to develop a holistic digital strategy. This creates the opportunity to set attainable goals, ensuring the overall organisation operates intelligently on both a scalable and cost-effective manner.
At the starting point of all digital transformations, it is imperative that organisations are clear on the justifications for change. Ultimately this reasoning will come down to the goals, challenges and stage of transformation, of each particular organisation.
How to Transform?
The next step in the transformation process is to identify which key aspects serve as the foundation of the transformation initiative. Such factors may include:
What to Transform?
As the focus of the conversion is narrowed down, it is necessary to identify which area of the business requires transformation. Is the organisation after a smoother, seamless and cleaner digital process?
Determining the answers to the ‘why’, ‘how’ and ‘what’ of digital transformation is as imperative as the transformation itself. Here at Chrysalis, we help you decipher the above questions and then partner with you on your journey to implement the solution.What Drives Digital Transformation?
Digital transformation is intrinsic to business transformation. As such, the very factors that drive business also drive digital transformation. With the objectives of high-level management aligned around business growth, it is imperative to consider these priorities when creating a digital transformation strategy. Drives of digital transformation include:
- Utilising better operations to generate higher revenue
- Increasing speed of business operations
- Meeting and exceeding customer expectations for better products
- Generating more business through digital channels
- Stronger partnerships with suppliers
- Creation of new markets
- Higher engagement and empowerment of employees
- Staying ahead of direct competition
- Reduction in costs
- Enhancing security of enterprise and client assets
- Harnessing and complementing cross-industry capabilities
Here at Chrysalis, we believe that digital transformation is a conscious journey that results in a customer-centric enterprise. We help you decipher the above questions and then partner with you on your journey to implement the solution. We can help you unlock your organisational value through a digital strategy and roadmap, putting you on the path to profoundly transforming your business.