The single most important message we’ve been trying to get across in all of our previous blog posts is that Digital Transformation processes are not linked to technology itself, but to the manner in which we use this technology to boost business (cost saving mechanisms, revenue, customers, etc.). Technology is a tool that must be used to its fullest potential, but properly. Investing in technology just for the sake of it or doing it without having previously assessed its impact and the return on the investment, is useless spending.
First of all, my apologies to our international readers for the local nature of this post. That said, you may still be interested in reading about how, in a nation associated with parties, holidays and the siesta, there are companies offering highly-skilled technical work to young people upon completion of their studies. And more importantly, to know what they think.
It needs to stop being a cost center and start taking an active role in the business with a significant impact on the organizational´s results.
Digital Transformation uses technology to digitalize current business assets or to open new business avenues drawing on the advantages offered by ICT. This concept encompasses a much deeper change in organizations than we are used to as, for many, Digital Transformation has more to do with user experience, customer relations or the use of electronic selling channels. And yet this is only part of a process that impacts the whole organization. (more…)
Now our Christmas holidays are over (which we hope all our readers thoroughly enjoyed), the moment to begin once more is upon us. It’s possible that many people at this time of year experience a certain anxiety when confronting blank sheets of paper and the inevitable doubts about the future. Particularly so if you had a good 2016 or, at least, a better year than the previous one. In Teldat, however, this anxiety translates into contained expectation for an interesting and innovative year to come for our product ranges and organization.