How important is digital transformation?
Surveys show that an effective digital transformation is of uppermost importance to CEOs who believe the future success or failure of their organizations depend on it. In other words, digital transformation is no longer an option for organizations. Digital acumen is absolutely essential in today’s backdrop of never-ending technological advancements.
Tonex is currently helping government organizations and businesses in the private sector get over the hump and learn how to implement digital architectures such as 5G, machine learning, artificial intelligence, big data and more in order to be competitive and efficient.
A sample of our courses include:
- Digital Transformations Training Bootcamp — A 3-day training course that covers the rapid IT-enabled changes impacting business operations and environments. Participants learn how digital strategy along with IT modernization, technological innovation, business transformation, and changes in business processes lead to disruptive innovation and operations and new business models.
- Digital Engineering Fundamentals for Government Engineers — A 3-day broad survey training program to provide the fundamental concepts of Digital Engineering (DEng) method to be delivered virtually. Digital engineering can adapt your systems at the speed of relevance with automated system model and error reduction.
- Digital Engineering Fundamentals for Programmatic and Technical Leadership – A 1-day course that enables organizations and government agencies to create complex, latticed systems of products, services, and capabilities more quickly and effectively from within a digital ecosystem.
Digital transformation is the integration of digital technology into all areas of a business, fundamentally changing how you operate and deliver value to customers.
It’s also a cultural change that requires organizations to continually challenge the status quo, experiment and get comfortable with failure.
Digital Transformation provides the opportunity for core business functions to fundamentally change the way work is done so that the organization can grow and remain competitive over time.
But it’s much more than that.
Digital transformation is not just about changing processes and technology; it also involves a shift in organizational culture, or more broadly “the human factor.”
It’s incumbent upon organizations to rethink their operational paradigms to capitalize on a path toward full digital transformation.
The benefits often manifest in unexpected ways. Take the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations and agencies already set up with technology for remote employee production have been better prepared to make adjustments than businesses still dependent on more traditional operations.
Forecasters are quite clear: The progress made in digital transformation in societies is here to stay. Information and communication technology will be even more embedded in the new normal.
Please contact us for more information.