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A Guide to Digital Transformation Digital transformation is more often than not mistaken to mean altering ones mode of processing things. This means that any existing physical or material thing is digitized or computerized in digital format mainly for the purpose of efficiency. Paper forms became electronic forms, cash became computer information or bits, paper documents became paperless forms, logs and invoicing of a sales transaction became sales-force automation and ERP. There is more to digital transformation that what we have seen in its essence. If we stop at the digitization part of the definition, it actually missing a lot of things because this actually means a digitally transformed business that involves the entire ecosystem of the business. This includes supply chain, partners, customers, crowd, and employee. If you merely stop at the digitization part, you will miss the transformation part which is designing everything from the physical and material order into a virtual form. And there are a multiple good reasons for that. Digital transformation then is about more than digital products and services, it is also about the processes that create, enable, manage, and deliver them in a virtual arrangement.
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If a business falls on the wrong side of this transformation a good reason for this is the lack of data processing in real time. With the traditional ways of doing things, this has always been the shortfall. And especially today where we live in a fast pace age, analyzing data and historical data mining has never been more critical when it comes to identifying opportunities and determining risk.
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By using real-time insights to enable customers, workers, supplier, and machines to seize opportunities immediately and take collaborative action at the moment of greatest impact is to have a managing edge over all your business resources. By increasing automation, usability, collaboration, and real-time processes to improve efficiency would also mean not only capturing the individuality demanded by customers but also improving the economics of your business processes. Connecting your internal business processes, labor, ecosystem partners, and customers to deliver a new level of transparency creates an added value which goes beyond the boundaries of the enterprise. You can leverage the power of these new networks and reevaluate how to widen the value that you deliver to each including your customers if you are on top of these boundaries. And if new solutions, processes, and business models are developed that are buoyant to your supplies and customers, what you can expect is that it will deliver innovated outcomes strengthened by better tools and updated equipment to comply with those recognized needs. The dynamism of this type of transformation is seen through the recurrence of these patterns. This is a never ending cycle that is developing constantly and if you are behind digital transformation or if you fall on the wrong side of it, you are on your way to extinction.