Lessons from Leonardo
‘Digital transformation’ might sound like something that organizations like yours have been grappling with for as long as you can remember. But the pace of change has increased dramatically, with a seemingly never-ending variety of technologies and projects that promise to act as competitive differentiators and boost the bottom line.
Technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, blockchain, ‘big data’, in-memory and GPU-based analytics, right the way through to the Internet of Things (IoT), are all said to play a part in the new wave of digital transformation. So what should be your priorities, and what considerations should be taken into account when embarking on any kind of digital transformation strategy, large or small?
In this paper we’ll provide a pragmatic view of what digital transformation is (and what it is not), ask what it means for IT planning and the IT infrastructure – whether on-premise or in the cloud – we’ll do this with reference to a digital transformation suite of offerings from one of the household names in the IT industry: SAP. While not the only solution in town, it provides a convenient illustration of how success with digital transformation depends on bringing a blend of technologies, best practices and services to bear on the problems and opportunities.
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