Digital Acceleration

Sustaining competitive edge in a future of accelerating change

We live in an era of Digital Darwinism where technology and society are evolving faster than most organisations can adapt. Businesses with institutionalised systems who can’t change quickly enough are being replaced by agile companies adjusting to the new ways of doing business. To stay competitive, companies need the ability to continuously drive innovation and growth, adapt to ever-changing conditions in the external environment and make digital acceleration a top priority.

Within 3gamma’s Digital Acceleration practice, we help companies speed up their transformation to stay at the forefront in the new digital economy. This involves continuously adapting to stay relevant by leveraging new technologies, reimagining the business model, delivering a seamless customer experience and increasing agility to get new products out faster, better and cheaper than competition.

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Digital Maturity: Knowing where to start and where to focus

Many organizations know they need to transform to survive digital Darwinism, but how should leaders know where to start, where to focus their efforts and how to stay on track? To create a digital transformation roadmap, leaders need a structured approach that demonstrates measurable business value to stakeholders. By completing 3gamma’s digital maturity assessment, organisations can identify where they are today and what areas to focus on. Our assessment helps guide the organization’s actions on their digital transformation journey, provides benchmarks against the core capabilities that define a mature digital organization, and helps spark creative discussions on future opportunities and challenges.

The nine dimensions of digital maturity

3gamma has identified nine dimensions—three enablers and six capabilities—that organizations need to work with to accelerate their digital competitiveness.

  • Vision & Strategy: Creating a digital vision, strategy and transformation roadmap
  • Culture & Leadership: Building a culture that drives digital innovation and ensuring leadership is on board
  • Organization & Talent: Realigning the organization and securing digital talent
  • Offering & Business Model: Innovating around products, services and business model
  • Processes: Reengineering processes to increase agility, reduce costs and improve quality
  • Technology: Identifying, architecting and sourcing technical capabilities
  • Analytics & Insights: Leveraging advanced data analytics and insights about internal operations, customers and emerging trends and technologies
  • Touchpoints: Delivering a seamless customer experience across touchpoints
  • Risk & Security: Managing risk, cybersecurity and ensuring that digital initiatives are compliant

 

3gamma Digital Maturity Dimensions


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