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Digital Transformation

Digital Economy

A company's operations, culture, and customer experiences can be radically affected through "digital transformation," or the widespread use of digital technologies, procedures, and tactics. This represents a significant shift in the way organizations operate and connect with their constituents. Through digital transformation, organizations can boost production, ignite innovation, streamline operations, and tailor consumer experiences by leveraging cutting-edge technologies such as AI, cloud computing, big data analytics, and the Internet of Things. 

By embracing digital transformation, businesses can adapt to the ever-changing digital landscape and grab new opportunities for growth and success. Developing a digital mindset, empowering employees, and innovating business models are all part of adjusting to the needs of today's digital economy.


Enterprise Digital Transformation

The journey of a typical enterprise can be divided into four pillars: IT uplift, digitizing operations, digital marketing, and digital businesses. These pillars represent different goals and challenges for the organization, and require different resources, tools, sponsors, and KPIs.

What We Think

In today's technological age, new technologies are always being produced, organizations must constantly adapt and modernize to remain competitive. We can anticipate advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), 5G and edge computing, quantum computing, blockchain, cybersecurity, hybrid workplaces, and consumer experiences in 2023.

The predicted global investment on digital transformation technology and services by 2026 will have risen from $2.4 trillion to a whopping $3.4 trillion
The majority of chief information officers (28%) and a growing number of chief executives (23%), say they lead or sponsor digital transformation activities.
The demand for Chief Innovation Officers in the role of executive sponsors of digital transformation has increased by 64%.

Almost half of CEOs think their organization lacks the technology required to complete the digital leap.

Businesses that use digital tools increase productivity by 22%.

Geographically Denmark will be the most digitally competitive country in 2022, followed by the United States, Singapore, Sweden, and Switzerland. Cloud-based upgrades to existing systems will be the most common approach of digital transformation among enterprises worldwide by 2022.

of organizations indicate a neutral or positive attitude towards technology.
Only 30% of businesses can successfully undertake digital transformation by 2023.