Jelle Wijndelts | Director of Business Consulting, EMEA |Snow Software
Here is the In 5 (The Top 5 Takeaways) from our recent Digital Boardroom where we took deep dive on...
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Data and Digital expert Clinton Jones breaks down the concept of Digital Transformation. For this and future generations, online shopping, real-time insights, digital service delivery and support and interactions are nothing unusual and in fact, they are implicitly assumed to be on offer. Businesses that don’t offer an experience that is aligned with this expectation will likely fall out of favour and see declining growth and stagnation.
Leading transformation influencer Sandeep Raut shares three building blocks for Digital Transformation: Integration, Insights & Impact. Read his article for deeper analysis.
As a young child I was always fascinated by maps, old and new. They seemed to spark hope, inspiration and excitement of journeys as yet to begin and at the same offer some reassurance about our own place in the big wide world.
Today, with a deeper appreciation of art and history, early maps in particular, with their curious blend of beauty, half-truths, errors and legendary beasts, offer us a metaphor for today’s uncharted waters, as we take our first tentative steps out of our COVID lockdown. And non-more so than marvelous phrase “Hic Sunt Dracones”; literally Here be Dragons first found on the wonderful Hunt Lenox Globe (1503-1507).