We’re often talking about ‘digital transformation,’ but is digital transformation a finite process? Will we be digitally transforming forever?
Digital transformation is something that companies should be constantly pursuing – new ways to innovate within the business to optimise their processes.
There are always improved ways that we can digitally transform our companies, whether it’s AI, blockchain, automation, quantum computing or another new innovation. Technology is constantly progressing, which means businesses should always be progressing and innovating digitally.
Digital transformation isn’t that easy. We know that. With platforms like STAMP, you can make it easier: our platform integrates with old systems, meaning that’s less stress for you.
However, the process of digitally transforming will never be an easy, linear process for many companies. That’s because companies are expansive, and complicated, and there are many legacy systems that need to be improved. This can be anything from supply chain management systems, to tracking, to even the regulation of company data.
Digital transformation ultimately aims for three goals: to make the company more efficient, to improve the customer’s experience, and to fundamentally make the whole process digital.
It benefits your company, as well as the customer, by optimising your processes – whether that’s data access, delivery or tracking.
However, the customer process is constantly changing and companies are constantly adapting. This means that the process of digitally transforming can never simply be ‘done.’ Even if you implement AI, blockchain, automation, IoT, even quantum computing – there will always be more progress to be made.
This should not be viewed as a formidable thing. In fact, it’s reassuring: there is time for your company to undergo digital transformation, and understand the best options for you. Not every company needs AI, blockchain, automation, IoT and quantum computing. Not every company needs a VR headset simulation, or an autonomous robot helper.
However, the mere process of digitalisation is universal; all companies must at some point rise to meet it.
Ultimately, digital transformation should improve your company processes. Data becomes digital, accessible and secure. Assets are easily tracked. Legacy systems are no longer in use, or have been improved by new technology.
Our platform STAMP is designed for secure data management and supply chain tracking. It easily integrates with any existing systems, meaning implementation doesn’t have to disrupt your business. STAMP’s speciality is in mining supply chains, metal accounting, and fuel tracking. To find out more, click here. Contact us about a demo here.