As an IT professional, no one knows the potentially enormous undertaking of a new technology implementation better than you do. Whether you have steered the ship through one before or you have heard battle stories from colleagues in the IT field, you know that a tremendous amount of the company’s time, resources, and good will rides on the success of this solution.
When you hear the words “modern office”, what do you think? Many people start talking about open concepts, ample natural lighting, and contemporary furniture. That’s all true. But today’s modern office is much more than the physical environment. Intelligent technologies are changing the way employees interact with and work within their offices. The modern office is a smart office.
Don’t underestimate digital transformation. Digital transformation is huge. Monumental. Pervading every corner of companies. Businesses are pouring trillions of dollars into it. But … what is it?
In many ways, it sounds like one more business buzzword we can add to the list along with phrases like “growth hacking,” “ideation,” and “corporate synergy.” That’s because digital transformation is big and amorphous, and means different things to different companies. But its significance should not be underestimated.