Digital transformation is a necessity for organisations; and design thinking is helping them to reimagine their business in the digital context. IDC estimates that 40 percent of all technology spending will go towards digital transformation; with enterprises spending in excess of $2 trillion in 2019. Read More “10 Important Reasons to use Design thinking for Digital Transformation”
Digital transformation is changing the way companies work, communicate, create products/services and deliver it to their customers. The software as a service (SaaS) allows companies to create frictionless ways of providing their products & services to the customers. The products and services can be delivered to the customers over internet, resulting in ease and ubiquitous access.
According to a Forrester research report, by 2020 executives predict that 47% of their revenue will be influenced by digital channels. One third of the top 20 firms in industry segments will be disrupted by new competitors within five years as per an IDC report. The message is clear, businesses will need to go digital or risk their existence. Digital transformation is adapting the business according to changing consumer needs and constantly challenging status quo.
The strength of the team lies in what it can accomplish together. The team’s productivity, efficiency and execution are the fundamental blocks for the success of a company. Leaders are on the lookout for tools that can help them to improve the performance of their teams. Read More “10 Ways to Improve Your Team’s Productivity”