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Digital Transformation – 4

How to do Digital Transformation? Digital transformation today is all in terms of strategy and does not have any proper execution plan. Organisations should think beyond strategy and concentrate on the execution and outcome. They should develop a approach that spans across strategy and execution. There are 6 steps in this process Identify your transformation Objective Identify the transformation objective …

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Digital Transformation – 3

You can read the first and the second part of this article from here DX Facts 27% of senior executives rate digital transformation as “a matter of survival”About 88% of digital strategists and executives stated that their business or company was going through a formal digital transformation effort.Only about 25% of these businesses through had planned out a digital customer …

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Digital Transformation – 2

Read the previous post here Should the acronym for ‘Digital Transformation’ be DX or DT? That’s confusing, isn’t it? The reason might be that customer experience and user experience are essential to Digital Transformation. What do you think? Comment below Why Digital Transformation? Digital transformation helps an organisation to keep pace with emerging customer demands now and, if sustained, in …

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Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation is the buzz in the IT industry today. It is imperative for all businesses, from small to the enterprise. This message comes through loud and clear from seemingly  every keynote, panel discussion, article or study related to how businesses can remain more competitive and relevant. What is Digital Transformation? This is a organically coined term from the word …

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Mobile data

Today everybody has a smart phone in hand and most of us use data on mobile networks. When we subscribe for a data plan you see E,G,H alphabets. Do you know what it means. It actually determine the speed of the data connection. E – EDGE, fast 2G (upto 0.38 Mb/s – 384kb/s) G – GPRS, slow 2G (upto 64Kb/s) …

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