Infographic: Why Digital Transformation is Important

Digital Transformation | 0 comments | by Erin Quilliam

If you have read our introduction to digital transformation, you will have a good understanding of what digital transformation is, and why it is important.

Digital transformation ensures your business evolves to meet the expectations of today’s market. (Even the majority of B2B business is now online.)

It modernises the workplace with new structures and strategies, as well as new business solutions and systems.

The focus on digital is with good reason and great rewards. Check out the infographic below to see why.

Digital Transformation and Why it Matters

Infographic Displaying why Digital Transformation is Important

 

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Sources:

  1. https://www.cleverism.com/digital-transformation-what-why-how/
  2. https://www.forbes.com/sites/blakemorgan/2019/05/13/40-stats-on-digital-transformation-and-customer-experience/#5a1f354a6475 & https://www.clickz.com/digital-transformation-2019-primer/224247/
  3. https://www.clickz.com/digital-transformation-2019-primer/224247/
  4. https://futurumresearch.com/key-stats-2018-digital-transformation-index/
  5. https://www.gartner.com/en/newsroom/press-releases/2017-04-24-gartner-survey-shows-42-percent-of-ceos-have-begun-digital-business-transformation
  6. https://www.clickz.com/digital-transformation-2019-primer/224247/

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