In a previous blog we talked about how organizations are striving to digitally transform the way they do their business. In order for them to successfully transform, they need systems that serve the different functions their businesses operate on.
Given the current circumstances, companies should learn how to mature and progress regularly to keep up in this digital age. However, change within established organizations isn’t easy and sometimes seems downright impossible. Keeping in mind that we are only focusing on changing one aspect, encompassing priorities and processes and overlooking the core habits that employees have honed overtime. Taking into account that changing ones habits is one of the most difficult and long term tasks; if the organization does not have the engine or the platform the employees need to facilitate the change, then, the transformation will never be successful.
It’s the start of a new fiscal year and the IT Department are very positive and optimistic of what lies ahead. Budgets secured and approved? Check. Projects lined up? Check. All planned properly? Check. These are good enough reasons to make anyone happy.
We have been in the IT business long enough to know what’s trending and what’s become a thing of the past. And now that it’s the era of digital transformation, the majority – if not all – companies are striving to take that leap and proudly say “we have succeeded in transforming our business to being 100% digital”.