Digitalisation is on everyone’s mind and new technologies are drastically changing the fundamentals for how organisations can reengineer processes and rethink offerings. But companies must not let the digital hype replace strategic thinking and analytical rigor. While digital technologies create many new opportunities, they require strategic governance and an investment screening process to succeed.
To keep up with a fast changing environment where competitive advantage and best practices are short lasting, organisations need to adopt an agile approach to IT strategy – enabling them to explore, identify and seize game-changing opportunities.
In a world where software has become the key differentiator, enterprises are forced to transform the way they build, ship and run software in order to stay in the game.
Fintech firms will soon have considerable impact on the banking landscape, which is good news for customers. It’s no longer a matter of if, but when, banking will be reinvented as major shifts in competition, technology, customer behaviours and regulations are going to shake up the industry.
In the light of digitalisation and an ever-increasing need for business agility, IT is becoming an embedded part of the business. Information technology is no longer just a utility but a deeply integrated driver of products and services within most companies. An ever-changing environment means that old assumptions on how to deliver IT services need to be revisited if the IT organisation is to remain relevant.
Successful companies leverage technology integration to create a competitive advantage. Technology integration, strategically deployed and executed with discipline, can be an enabler of cost reductions, improved customer relationships and digital innovation.
The digitalization of business raises the stakes for IT. IT is now, more than ever, an integrated part of the business. Making IT work, making change stick and…
Digitalisation is sweeping across many industries – changing customer behaviour, corporate competitiveness and the role of IT. But what does digitalisation actually mean? And what are the digital forces challenging the corporate environment and IT’s role? To be well positioned in the digital race it’s essential to understand how to interpret the digital tsunami and what is driving the change.
A key finding from our research in innovative sourcing models is that solutions, processes, teams and vendors must be viewed as components managed as a portfolio. IT’s role is to make sure this portfolio can be reconfigured to meet new business requirements, or to take advantage of disruptive technologies.
3gamma is witnessing a shift from cost focused outsourcing to value creation and capability acquisition. Companies are now looking for partners that can contribute with a piece of the innovation puzzle and has a unique competitive capability.
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