Why Digital Transformation is inevitable for organizations.
Since the Covid-19 breakout, a lot of organizations both in both developed and developing countries are having to rethink the need to continue the brick and mortal business operations. Simplifying your business processes and creating multiple data collection points for the purpose of decision making are two major reasons digital transformation are inevitable.
Let us imagine a situation where several departments in an organization utilize different data solutions that does not talk to each other. What about business processes that are manual-automated-manual, automated-manual-automated or manual all through. The one that bothers me the most is work invisibility, disharmonized communications. These are all common even in bigger organizations across the world.
Digital transformation comes with its own challenges from understanding the organization's needs, right solutions to adopt, having an end-to-end integration, scalability, cost and maintenance and so much more.
A look into a better business operating system is getting your employees ready for the change, this is important if you want the digital transformation to success and for the change to be well managed, it has to be coupled with knowledge enablement, fail fast policy, time flexibility and incentivization.
Let me jump to an expected world where you have Atlassian Jira for work management, Agile and DevOps, ITSM for asset management and request fulfillment. Databricks for processing and transforming huge volume of data, DocuSign to digitally and securely sign contracts, Palo Alto for security. Let's now automate the manual business processes and see the convenience of business mobility, work transparency, team collaboration, secured connections.