We see every support function and shared service as a massive opportunity to create value and give us an edge over the competition.
We don’t just make improvements; we look for ways to make processes faster, smoother, and less complicated. More than simply making recommendations for improvement, it’s all about actual execution. This leaves you free to focus on activities that create value.
Digital transformation is like embarking on a journey into deep waters and not knowing exactly what lies ahead. Like most journeys over the seas, they should expect to compete with weather, storms, sea-state, rocks, and other unknown dangers.
They should also effectively manage resources along the way so that they don’t run out of necessities like water and food while keeping crew morale up, and taking responsibility for the health and well-being of crew and assets. A roadmap will not help you with any of these things you may come across along the digital transformation journey.
A well-prepared digital transformation chart allows for flexibility of travel and helps identify progress by pinpointing landmarks that help guide the journey. Digital transformation fails so often because of unexpected challenges like tidal waves on a voyage. In many ways, it’s like uncharted territory.
We are experienced navigators who know the answer to the question: “What do we do here?” We have navigated the storms many times and we know how to navigate uncharted waters while steering the ship to safety.
All too often, organizations expect a CEO or a CTO/CIO to captain the ship. It’s like expecting someone who has a driver’s license to transfer those skills to navigate a boat across an ocean with a roadmap.
A company like UniAspect will help advise your digital transformation journey along the way (from journey prep to docking safely and everything in between).
Those landmarks are like checkpoints that ensure what’s been promised, is what’s delivered while you’re still on course. We keep the CEO and CTO off the rocks.
Successful digital transformation (DX) and successful navigation both require experience and specific skills to navigate through the darkness that lies between where your organization is now, and where you want to be.