Advertorial Digital technology has been a lifeline to work, education and healthcare throughout the pandemic. And regardless of how long it takes for the world to return to a pre-pandemic state, we can be certain that advanced connectivity and computing technology will become ever more important.
In short, digital transformation is a must, and critical for any enterprise to build global competitiveness. It’s no longer a question of whether to do it or not, but how to do it. However, we have learned, in conversations with our customers, that most businesses don’t know where to start – or how or start – their transformation process. They recognise that it is not something they can implement effectively on their own and need an expert partner to guide them through.
For example, large enterprises may have significant financial resources – but they also typically manage very complex operating environments, traversing multiple sites, multiple data centres, multiple networks in multiple countries. In addition, their application environments may encompass huge numbers of mission-critical tasks, and maybe there are many non-compatible applications, perhaps inherited through acquisitions, doing the same things – but in different ways. Addressing these issues on your own is like turning around an oil tanker. It can be done, but it takes too much time and it’s hard.