Over the past decade, all public services have faced digital transformation challenges and developed associated programs. Most of these initiatives have had to be driven by money – the need for efficiency, productivity, and income generation, in response to increased financial pressures and a decade of austerity.
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Most organizations today have some form of digital transformation strategy in the works. But a large share of these projects fail. Why is this? IT specialists will tell you that apart from misalignment between the goals of IT and business leadership, the main obstacle to a successful digital transformation is the adherence to obsolete data silos.
Financial services institutions have been facing pressure to modernize their operations for years. But legacy architecture and processes—along with compliance regulations—have made rapid innovation difficult to achieve. Adding to this pressure are new, digital-first competitors who accelerate the need for financial services to deliver better digital customer experiences both more consistently and at scale.
As our world becomes increasingly digital, businesses everywhere feel the push to adopt new technologies. This is no longer a demand specific to the technology sector. Rather, all industries are required to improve and transform their business models. Businesses everywhere and of every size find benefits to embarking on digital transformation, from giving them a competitive edge in a cutthroat market to a wealth of data from the customer journey.
The power of technology can transform organizations. Technology can create new workplaces and new ways of working—and bring new services and exciting opportunities to businesses and consumers alike. Delivering a major technology program is always a complex journey, full of challenges and, inevitably, a mix of triumphs and setbacks.