2020 has been a year of unprecedented change and disruption, with remote working going from occasional perk to critical necessity overnight. All of us have had to adapt, and the legacy on the way we work will be long lasting.
While digital transformation has been happening in organisations for many years now, the events of 2020 have forced companies to accelerate the pace of this change and make preparations to ensure this change will be permanent.
Making plans to digitise processes and maximise the impact of technology are more critical now than ever. Organisations are learning about the need to move quickly, become more innovative and exploit ever-increasing amounts of data. In fact, if companies like yours don’t embark on digital transformation in the next five years, researchers at MIT warn, they’ll lose an average of 28% of their revenues
Digital Workplaces that take you beyond simple automation and change the way you work and think, through smart, connected, collaborative, cloud-based tools. With more and more of us working from home or remote locations, you need to have tools that support team collaboration and encourage innovation.
Business Transformation that uses new mobile and cloud-native apps to eliminate the friction inherent in old ways of working, often with legacy paper based processes. This will improve efficiency, productivity, quality, customer experience and employee satisfaction
Business Intelligence that uses cloud-based data warehouse and data analytics to break down silos of information and give users self-service tools that let them explore — and exploit — data with confidence
Using any (or all) of these three different strategies to transform your business is about more than just implementing digital technologies. It's a cultural change from the old world of siloed systems and a focus on personal productivity to a new ecosystem of integrated operations, with your whole team working together more effectively, wherever they are, whenever they want.
As a Google Cloud Premier Partner, Ancoris can support you at every stage of this digital transformation journey. We take pride in becoming an extension to your IT and business teams — an innovation partner, rather than a mere supplier of technology services — as you tackle the short and long-term challenges you face.
To find out more about how our customers have used the three ingredients — digital workplaces, business transformation and business intelligence — to accelerate their digital transformation, and how you can do the same, download our digital transformation whitepaper or come and talk to the experts in our digital transformation team.