Are you ready for the new digital economy?
While the pace of change is only accelerating, one thing is clear: Digital transformation is impacting every facet of business throughout the economy. Take this short 10-question survey to measure your digital maturity.
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Which of the following best describes your company with respect to the Digital Economy?
Which of the following applies to your approach with big data?
Which of the following best fits your view of the Internet of Things?
Which of the following best describes your approach to customer segmentation?
Which best describes your customer's experience interacting with your company?
How would you describe your approach to operational processes?
How does your workforce view the technology they use?
How has the digital economy impacted your business model?
Where does decision making authority rest in your company?
How do your customers think of your company?
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We have determined that you are a
As a digital leader, you recognize the massive shift underway in how value is created across the enterprise. New opportunities are emerging on a daily basis and you're striving to develop the flexibility needed to stay ahead of the competition.
You know that gathering data is only the first step. To embrace digital transformation, you also need to understand the data and, most importantly, be able to act on it. A digital core connects all aspects of your enterprise so you can understand, predict, simulate, and coordinate execution in real time.
Some questions you're probably tackling include:
- What does today's customer data tell me about tomorrow's needs?
- Can I better target my customers with the right offer at just the right time?
- How can I reduce my manufacturing costs with greater visibility into the entire process in real time?
As a digital pioneer, you recognize the challenges and opportunities presented by the digital economy.
Fully embracing digital business creates customer value and provides a competitive edge. While there are multiple ways to get started on the path of digital transformation, one thing is certain: A comprehensive strategy with clear focus and action across lines of business is critical for success.
While you've started to take steps to transform, there are still open questions:
- How can you best meet the changing expectations of your customers?
- What do they expect from you that is not currently being delivered?
- What processes changes are necessary to deliver value tomorrow?
As a digital explorer, you see opportunities in the digital economy and have started to investigate how you might embrace digital transformation. You already know customers have different and higher expectations today. In fact, you've seen new and long-time competitors start to exploit these opportunities.
To meet the needs of your customers and stay ahead of the competition, you need to transition from exploring point projects to developing and executing a comprehensive digital transformation strategy.
Consider the following questions:
- How do I gain and maintain a competitive advantage in today's fast-moving economy?
- What are the key steps for developing a comprehensive digital transformation strategy?
- How are consumer technologies transforming my employee and customer expectations?
As a digital novice, you risk slipping behind in today's fast-paced digital economy. Customers have ever-higher expectations and competitive pressures are growing daily. To grow, or even maintain, your business it's imperative that you understand and embrace digitization.
While there are multiple ways to get started on the path of digital transformation, one thing is certain: A comprehensive strategy with clear focus and action across lines of business is critical for success.
Consider the following questions:
- Where should I begin my digital transformation journey?
- What do my customers expect from me today and what will they look for tomorrow?
- What skills and resources does my organization need to succeed in the digital economy?