As containers start to gain adoption and transform the IT landscape, its success would not only depend on simplifying technology but how well the process and people aspects of organizations get aligned to this new wave. This is similar to the 90’s virtualization wave where transformation happened three fold in datacenters with people gaining new skills and processes benefited from new technologies.
Workplace analytics can shine a light on how the various components of the IT infrastructure impact a user’s experience, giving unprecedented insight into how healthy the workplace is in equipping a user to perform their job role.
A consistent theme across modern market leaders is their ability to cut through the clutter in a connected and competitive world by leveraging the power of data. Read this blog to know how you can identify the signal from the noise.
Most companies have a digital strategy but very few can translate this into action. In a recent survey, a majority of the respondents were prompt to admit that user experience and design were key priorities in their digital journey. A thorough understanding of the customers’ demographics, needs, and challenges help deliver superior experiences. Disparate and isolated initiatives do not result in significant transformation. On the other hand, a cohesive and outside-in-view brings about disruption. Relying on SMEs and business analysts is not sufficient, but viewing things from the customer’s perspective provides a 360-degree view of scenarios facilitating right decision-making.
Enterprises are looking for digital transformation with innovations around Big Data and analytics. To achieve this, a detailed digital strategy is not enough. What’s required is a system integrator (SI), adding enriched services to bridge the gap between strategy and execution. Legacy systems and platforms, scattered employee and customer data, and concerns over data security are problem areas, preventing enterprises from starting on a digital journey. However, digital transformation is too much to handle for most start-ups. This is where global SIs have come into the picture.