Strong business processes are crucial to achieving organizational goals, as they coordinate the behaviors of people, systems and information to produce outcomes in support of a business strategy. In most cases, business processes produce better outcomes when part of a nimble, digital infrastructure. So, it’s no surprise that the companies that have embraced digital transformation are most likely to experience smooth and continuous business processes — and, as a result, operations — even during turbulent times.
If there was ever a point modern times that one could point to and use as justification for digital transformation, we’ve just witnessed it. The massive disruptions and uncertainty that businesses and the global economy recently endured shows that successful businesses can no longer rely on disjointed tasks and manual processes. Instead, the goal for any business right now should be to streamline, automate and simplify how they
Are you ready for 2021’s opportunities? Are you ready for the new business models that will emerge once the COVID-19 coronavirus is behind us? What strategic technology moves will your organization make today to invest in the innovation to bring your enterprise out of the current crisis, stronger and better?
CTOs and other senior technology leaders should now be focusing on these key questions as we enter the second half of 2020. Sure, it was critically important to
IT is constantly evolving so having a static skill set can be career-limiting move. While there’s plenty of room for specialists and generalists the only constant in IT is rapid change, so it behooves you to know how things are changing, why and how that could impact your career.
The latest twist to everyone’s plans is the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. On one hand, organizations and individuals are pondering their futures. The good news
The start of Liberty Mutual Insurance’s journey to the cloud some six years ago set the stage for the continuing evolution of its infrastructure. As a major provider of insurance, Liberty Mutual, can receive millions of customer calls per year that may tap into considerable data resources. The insurer’s transformation strategy included moving out of datacenters to public cloud, says Dave Anderson, director of technology at Liberty Mutual Insurance IT. The strategy kept business needs in focus rather than