Business leaders across the world fail to understand that digital transformation involves integrating digital technology into all areas of a business resulting in fundamental changes to the way businesses operate and deliver value to customers. Sometimes it can also mean bringing a cultural change that requires organizations to continually challenge the status quo, experiment often, and get comfortable with failure. The latter is essential since we don’t have a solution that fits all when it comes to achieving digital transformation.

Further, it is also crucial to have a clear idea about this concept as it is the C-suite who empowers this change, while IT and HR lead it. Here, IT and HR share the responsibility of planning and rolling out employee experience and digital transformation initiatives. Moreover, since the cultural change will occur at all levels in a business organization, i.e., from C-suite to employees, it requires employee and manager buy-in throughout the process.

Most of the companies looking for this transformation tend to gravitate towards the adoption of technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Augmented Reality, Blockchain, DevOps, Data Analytics, IoT, and 5G. Meanwhile, the key benefits include operational agility, mobility, workforce enablement, improved data security, and enhanced customer experience. Even the COVID-19 pandemic climate forced significant changes that can be considered as a part of the digital transformation. These include furthering the reach of customer support via tools, including chatbots, automation tools for resilience reasons, and a radical housecleaning of redundant or conflicting systems. COVID-19 also boosted the rapid adoption of digital operating models, including integrated cross-functional teams, along with the expansion of public cloud adoption.

The EU Tech Chamber Digital Transformation Council takes great pleasure to invite you to the Digital Talk on August 19th from 9 am to 10 am CET on “10 Recommendations how to Transform your Company Digitally”.

DATE               Thursday, August, 19, 2021

TIME                9:00 – 10.30 am CEST 

LOCATION     EU Tech Virtual Center

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