Step three of the digital transformation cycle
With an accurate view of your current position and what your ideal state of your business would be, it’s important to assess how much is achievable with technology adoption. This helps companies to avoid setting ambitious goals that are unable to be supported by the capabilities of technology, and also helps to identify what aspects of digital transformation are best led by managerial change and leadership.
A strong understanding of modern technology capabilities is invaluable in making this step a success. Similarly, spending time to understand what can be achieved with the right technology deployments can help highlight if existing systems could be used more effectively, or whether new ones are needed.
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