We live in a world that is more interconnected than ever before and competition for customers has never been so fierce. Companies are looking at ways to stay as lean and efficient as possible to improve profitability. Adopting digital transformation is a strategy that enables modern enterprises to do just that.
While many companies attempt to adopt and implement a digital transformation strategy, only a few succeed. In a recent survey by McKinsey only 17 percent respondents claimed that their organization successfully implemented digital strategies. It takes careful planning and a great deal of time, resource and infrastructure investment to ensure that the selected strategy is effective and succeeds.
This is the third whitepaper in a three-part series where we covered how to get started with digital transformation and building a strategy. In this whitepaper we review the key reasons why the implementations of many digital transformation projects do not succeed and provide helpful advice so that you can avoid them and ensure your initiatives succeed.
In this part we will focus on:
- How to plan your implementation
- How to manage data migration
- Seven sins to avoid implementation failure