While the term digital transformation isn't new, it's meaning – and the technologies and approaches it encompasses – is constantly shifting with the times. One thing that remains constant, however, is the advantage companies far along in their digital transformation journeys have over the slow-starters. This was emphasized recently in Deloitte's 2021 Digital Transformation Executive Survey, which found that "digitally mature companies are more resilient and better able to navigate rapid change, and they do significantly better financially as a result."
The benefits are clear. The question then becomes: What should you focus your digital transformation strategies on this year? According to a digital transformation survey of more than 2,400 digital-minded business and IT leaders by MuleSoft and Coleman Parkes Research, respondents plan to prioritize improving operational efficiency (54%), creating better connected customer experiences (50%), improving productivity (49%), becoming more agile for change and adapting to market demands (48%), and becoming a more data-driven organization in 2021 (45%). Achieving those outcomes requires modern tools, technologies, approaches, and mindsets.
In this Enterprise Guide to Digital Transformation in 2021, we break down what digital transformation means today – and the many ways IT pros can drive their strategies forward. That includes focusing on everything from cloud reparation, automation and AIOps to Kubernetes as a Service, low-code/no-code tools and making your organization data-driven. Fill out the below form to gain access to the free report.