Digital transformation is here. It’s not going away. And while many executives in traditional firms and organisations are still struggling to get their heads around the idea of digital transformation, smaller, more agile competitors are constantly seeking new ways of working, using their data, and integrating advanced technologies to forge market leading positions.
Put simply, digital transformation involves using digital technologies to re-engineer an existing process to make it more competitive, efficient or effective. The concept often integrates many technologies, but the most significant and most commonly recognised are cloud computing, the Internet of Things, big data, and artificial intelligence.
However, it’s more than technology that is involved. It also involves a change of management mindset and corporate culture for a transformation to be a success. In effect, digital transformation is using technology to foster and facilitate corporate cultural change for the betterment of the organisation.
Moribula has devised a series of strategies to help organisations manage and succeed in the digital transformation process. Consultants will plan and implement the entire process in such a way that the outcomes are attainable, tangible and profitable, and most importantly, that an organisation’s most vital asset – its people – contribute to and ultimately own the outcome.