Prashant Kumar explains how the Flex1 solution is designed to allow organizations deploy secure, robust digital workspaces for worforces of any kind and size while maintaining sucurity and governance.
Digital transformation is essentially a disruption. And the need for this disruption is often coming from new entrants to the market, or competitors that are doing things differently and are grabbing customers.
In the modern business, most of the ways that companies are acquiring new customers are based on digital assets and communication. Nearly every business is a technology company, from the thermostat makers to coffee pot manufacturers, so the need for an agile and efficient software development process is applicable to all.
IT departments that need to execute new projects often look to outsourcing to efficiently reaching their goals. However, when it comes to IT outsourcing, it is not quite the same across the board.
Business Process Automation (BPA) is simply a defined way to eliminate manual, time consuming and costly tasks within an organization and replace them with automated processes that work faster while reducing redundancy in tasks and overall operating costs.
Agile methodologies are especially effective for companies that want to shorten the delivery cycle while closely managing project costs.
Here are a few key benefits realized by businesses that implement cross-departmental agile teams.
Data guides sound decision making, which introduces new efficiency and potential market opportunities for an organization. A truly data-driven organization does not necessarily or simply include bringing on board data scientists or bi analyst to the it department. It’s an integration into the day-to-day operations.
Businesses are shifting to mobile applications that are not device specific, and simply provide seamless access to data regardless of the method used to access the information.
We consistently talk about the need for technology that improves the customer experience. Whether it’s a BI platform or cloud-based infrastructure, the end result is to enhance how customers interact with the company.
When machines and systems are plugged into BI, managers at a manufacturing plant can uncover a host of insights that can save time, improve safety, and lower costs.