Making digitalization tangible is no easy task. On the one hand, the number of topics is overwhelming – and the number of tools created from them is even more so. On the other hand, digitalization is often driven from within IT or only by individuals within the company. The resources available are often limited, and development is slow. This makes the topic of digitization tough and reserved for “experts”.
Early and practical involvement of all stakeholders is the key to success here. This is because technological progress is expanding the scope for action in all areas. Those who position themselves early with digitalization and tailor the new technologies to their business will achieve a clear competitive advantage in the medium and long term. Start today with the first steps towards a sustainable digital transformation of your company through inspirational presentations, workshops to generate your own use cases or the first implementations with our help!
Digitization must be sustainably anchored and beneficial
Sustainability and benefits are primarily determined by strategic choices, such as aligning the corporate strategy with the digital strategy. This means that the question must be clarified, on which sides of the “strategic cloth” do I want to pull and what is the added value behind it. For these issues, we offer explicit management workshops that, in addition to strategic illumination, provide a hands-on approach to process mining, data analytics, RPA and digital twinning.
In addition, we offer workshops for managers and users. The goal is to inspire employees and develop ideas for use cases, which are given a chronological classification in your company’s strategy through the digitalization roadmap.
For the sustainability of a digital transformation, it is crucial that there is a palpable enthusiasm for the “new” topics within the company and that digitization is thus actively driven forward by an “army of digital nerds”. In this way, a digital mindset can be distributed broadly and in many minds to create openness to digitalization.