Digital Age as we make the transition into the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The legacy model of spending years developing software can no longer keep pace with the rabid appetite generated by the app-of-the-day mindset. We need lean, lightweight, portable components.
In the beginning, brands defined and controlled the how, what and when they reached customers, issuing minimal transaction-oriented documents required to keep customers satisfied. However, that was then; now, what a company needs to do is meet the customer wherever they demand, when they want to, and deliver precisely what they’re asking for.
In this fast-paced digital era, businesses must transform to compete successfully in their market. Fifty years ago, the average life expectancy of a Fortune 500 company was 75 years; today it’s less than 15. That means agile software solutions must be a part of your digital transformation strategy.
Customers no longer have to drive to brick and mortar stores as often. They’re online interacting with multiple platforms. The challenge for many businesses is in balancing the need for meeting customer demand with profitability, where digital transformation puts businesses ahead of the game.
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Not so long ago, businesses began significantly changing the way they operate and store data with the invention of the computer. Every year, businesses become less analog and more digital. However, some organizations remain torn as to whether that’s a good thing or not, which begs the question: What’s the difference between digitization and digital transformation?