Individuals and corporations are welcoming the digital change. Social networks and digital means are being used to control government, businesses, and civil society, as well as associates and family. People are using mobile, interactive tools to choose whom to believe, where to go, and what to buy.
At the same time, companies are moving their digital transformations, rethinking what clients value most, and designing operating models that take the edge of what’s newly possible for competing for differentiation. The difficulty for business is how fast and how far to go on the track to digital transformation.
The biggest challenge confronting is the ability of technology is relieved complexity. Technology was second only to market agents as a power for change. This unique digital transformation report examines the possibilities and hurdles that occur when business and operating standards need to be combined into existing organizational capacities.
I.T.Ignite used information technology to improve productivity and efficiency, reach new markets and optimize supply chains. What’s new is that customer preferences have also changed. People universally are using social channels to get jobs and restaurants, lost friends and new companions—and, as citizens, to accomplish common political goals. They are using the internet for pleasure, shopping, socializing, and household management.