Professional business firms need to rethink their way of doing business.
They need to digitally transform the way services are delivered, products are built, revenue is generated, clients are retained, communication is done and how people work.
But this is both a challenge and a potential risk.
While digital transformation puts current business and delivery models to the test, it is also a big opportunity to free resources and allow business units to scale, measure and learn in unprecedented ways.
Why does digital transformation matter?
A company may undertake digital transformation for a variety of reasons. The most likely explanation, however, is that it is a matter of survival against the competition. The capability of a business to quickly adjust to supply chain interruptions, time to market demands, and rapidly changing consumer expectations has become crucial in the aftermath of the pandemic.
What drives digital transformation?
Technology is, of course, a crucial component of digital transformation.
However, discarding obsolete procedures and legacy technology is sometimes more important than embracing new technology.
It’s also about making innovation possible. Businesses must seek to enhance efficiency using technology wherever feasible if they want to keep up with the pace of digital development. For many, this entails implementing Agile concepts throughout the organization. Many IT businesses benefit from automation solutions because they help them gain speed and decrease technical debt.
Pitfalls of digital transformation
According to a report from Capgemini’s Digital Transformation Institute and the Sloan School of Management at MIT, digital transformation efforts fail for a variety of reasons, including poor leadership, disconnection between IT and the business, lagging employee engagement, and substandard operations.
Obsession with big bang change, cost-saving as a business driver, and inability to loop in the company are the main causes of a digital transformation gone wrong.
What are the benefits of digital transformation?
Transforms Customer Experience
The customer experience is at the core of digital. As a result, the major goal of digital transformation is to improve the consumer experience by utilizing cutting-edge technology.
Drives data-based insights
One of the most significant advantages of moving digital is the ability to collect KPIs and analyze data gathered through digital marketing campaigns. More importantly, organizations may use these insights to improve their plans and procedures for even greater results. For example, legal operations is a big topic for innovation in the corporate legal industry, due to today’s focus on workflow automation.
Encourages collaboration across departments
Digital congruence is the cornerstone for successful digital transformation. When all departments work together without silos, a strong corporate culture emerges, enabling for a smooth and effective transfer.
Increases agility & innovation
Even the most powerful individuals must be willing to adapt and innovate. There will always be new competitors, tools, and trends to contend with. As a result, the consumer will expect more, and will want it to be delivered faster and better than before. It’s critical to stay prepared.
The BRYTER no-code platform assists in transforming professional service firms and corporate in-house departments in numerous ways:
- It forms the technological platform on which professional service firms can easily deliver digital services and build self-service apps for their clients.
- It is an intuitive and easy-to-use toolbox that can be used by all business experts – without any coding skills.
- It extends professional service firms’ reach and “workbenches” directly to their clients and partners.
- It allows for “quick wins” and fast iterations through rapid visualization and prototyping with the client.
- Its no-code environment significantly reduces the time and cost involved with digital projects.
- It allows business experts to easily share, manage and distribute expertise within an organization.
- It forms the technical backbone for event-driven, hands-on innovation projects such as hackathons and workshops.
- It is a unifying platform that allows hybrid teams to work on the same projects and to ensure that everyone in the team can be involved in digital transformation.
How no-code supports digital transformation
Migrate legacy systems to modern platforms
Automate complex decisioning
Develop legal workflows and business process applications
Improve data management and operational efficiency
Create user-friendly self-service solutions
Build analytics tools and dashboards
BRYTER works with some of the most successful and prestigious business service firms and corporates. Our Business Transformation Team has showcased some of our digital transformation success stories.
BRYTER enables digital transformation in corporate in-house departments as well as in professional service firms. It supports domain and subject matter experts, developers, and project managers to all digitally transform the core of their service and knowledge delivery.