More and more business leaders realize that digital transformation is not an option, but the only way to survive. According to IDC’s forecast, by 2020, 46% of companies around the world will have digital business as the top priority for their strategy.
Organizations that already have a digital transformation strategy, often identified similar objectives: improve customer experience, competitive differentiation, intelligent and agile business operation, and cost reduction. Technologies such as cloud computing, big data, Internet of Things, and Artificial Intelligence all play an essential role in achieving these objectives.
Planning and implementing a Digital Transformation strategy requires a tremendous amount of resources and expertise. The expertise has to come from different backgrounds and disciplines, and together design and execute the strategy that is right for the company. Smart Tools are an essential asset to facilitate this process. Tools can free up resources that are currently engaged in IT operation to join the transformation team. Tools can be used for fast and intelligent simulations, accelerating the planning and design process.