There have been plenty of great examples of Digital Transformation in recent years. Take investment bank JPMorgan for example, they implemented a software program that does in seconds what traditionally took 360,000 hours of lawyers’ time annually. Or how about logistics firm DHL which implemented the use of ‘smart’ glasses to help warehouse staff improve their accuracy and efficiency.
But what exactly is digital transformation? And do you and your company really need to focus on it? Put simply, it’s the use of digital technology to transform the systems, processes and activities of a business or organisation. While what is actually involved in the ‘transformation’ varies in size and complexity from project to project, the overriding aim is the use of technology to improve the performance of the organisation.
But why 'transform' if you already have a successful business with working systems?
Ignoring digital transformation means you not only miss out on the benefits on offer but also run the risk of ultimately having outdated and incompatible systems. This could have a negative effect on your business, both in terms of internal operations and overall business performance, as your company falls behind its competitors.
But what exactly are these benefits? And, more importantly, how do they relate to your business? Let’s take a look…
Digital transformation solutions for continuous improvement
Digital transformation projects, radical processes and new technology are by their nature disruptive, and to some extent, they should be. Being at the forefront of innovation and its possibilities requires us to question old and new and to constantly adapt. Proper handling of these changes is essential.
As a Digital Transformation Consultancy, Full Fat Things is here to help you manage that transition. We work with ambitious businesses on the things that matter. We’re not here to change your business, but to make it work better for you so that you can learn from every interaction.
Find out more about how digital transformation could benefit your business, speak to the Full Fat Things team today.