Organizations that see digital transformation as a technology difference over traditional transformation with process engineering are going to lose the power of that digital transformation.
The differences between digital transformation and re-engineering of business processes are as follows:
- Digital collapse processes: companies are built through processes with the highest level. Different tools are designed to perfect and improve processes, in this way we will create greater efficiency and productivity for the company itself. Customer feedback is increasingly important.
- Rethinking assumptions: Businesses have to reconsider their assumptions at first. Thus, we will reach different places where the value or the opportunities that arise differently. The data we can get will give us an insight into the needs of the employee.
- Data enablement speed: speed is the new business currency. Companies need to be quick to satisfy customers in an increasingly competitive market.
- No shortcuts: the best way to move from a traditional process orientation to another digital process is to shorten the steps to increase effectiveness. The organization will have in its possession a complete context of what customers and employees need, to satisfy them in the best possible way.
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“At least 40% of all businesses will be gone in the next 10 years… if they don’t figure out how to change their entire company to accommodate new technologies .” — John Chambers, Cisco