Webinar Replay – Go Digital or Go Bust Webinar
Nearly 70% of companies have a digital transformation initiative underway—some more extensive than others. Broadly speaking, they are doing any of the following: embedding information technology in their products and services; leveraging IT to bolster customer and employee experiences; implementing technology to increase the speed of business, improve workflow, and make the business more agile. Nemertes interviewed or surveyed 370 IT leaders and analyzed what makes digital transformation succeed. Join Nemertes President Robin Gareiss to take advantage of this groundbreaking research. Here is what she will cover on the webcast:
- Be the first to see Nemertes Digital Transformation Maturity Model, which documents principles and bellwether technologies that correlate with success. See where you would land on the Model—and what you need to change to be more successful.
- Selecting the right technology—and provider—is crucial. Which vendors and service providers do IT leaders cite as being instrumental in their DT projects?
- The biggest driver of DT initiatives: Improving customer experience. What else is driving the digital revolution and how can you stay competitive?
- Some, but not all, have dedicated DT budgets. Learn why is this vital to the success of the initiative—with real-world numbers that show what happens without budgets.
- Only about 39% have DT advisory boards, but those who do have significantly more success. Learn who should be on the board, and how many you need from IT and business units for an optimal structure.
- Security is pretty important. So is network infrastructure. Learn which technologies make—and top—the list for DT success.
- Selecting the right technologies is vital for any DT initiative. But getting people to use them is even more important. How are companies “marketing” their new IT services to employees and customers?
- IT spending, overall, is going up as companies invest in staffing, targeted technologies, R&D, and more.
Presented by Robin Gareiss, President and Co-Founder of Nemertes Research