Even before the pandemic, smart HR teams were thinking about how to re-engineer their organisations to help them better survive in a fast-changing, increasingly volatile, unpredictable, complex and ambiguous world. What we've seen over the past year is an acceleration of that change and some truly inspirational and different responses to the how, when, why and where of work. It's a mega transformation to the world of work, the likes of which has not been experienced seen since the Industrial Revolution.
On the 16th November 2021, The BTN hosted The #ERUPT2021 Conference which took place virtually! The conversation was around business transformation, with an emphasis on people, transformation and technology as we look at how to successfully (or sometimes unsuccessfully) deliver transformation.
Why do today’s eCommerce apps need to be extremely fast and efficient?
Obviously, consumers don’t like waiting. Like they say in the song, “I want it all, I want it all, I want it all, and I want it now.” To win their trust, it’s vital to provide them with a high-quality and reliable IT product.
But how to achieve this and at the same time make the testing process more effective and transparent? One of the proven options is to implement Agile and DevOps, which is not always that easy.
London, UK – December 15, 2021 – SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announces that the UK’s third largest supermarket chain, Asda, has expanded its strategic partnership by choosing RISE with SAP S/4HANA on Microsoft Azure as the Digital Core for its future platform, supported by SAP Business Technology Platform and SAP Ariba solutions to digi
Modernizing the contact centre is critical for credit unions to capitalize on the greatest generational transfer of wealth in history.
Offering a digital experience is no longer optional for credit unions. The high-touch customer service model most credit unions have relied on has failed to convert Millenial and Gen Z customers and was nearly disastrous when offices were forced to close because of the pandemic.
Security culture and governance eat tech for breakfast
Looking back at what happened at ground level throughout the COVID crisis, it is clear that the focus has been entirely on operational matters: From moving into remote working at scale for the services industry to keeping supply chains working for the manufacturing sector, or many retail firms having to re-invent themselves as digital businesses, literally within weeks. It has all been about keeping the lights on, understandably.
In the second part of this series, in partnership with Engine Group, with Sol Enenmoh (Head of Digital Transformation at Vanquis Bank), we look at how the shift in consumer behaviour has changed the acceleration in digital transformation and whether an investment is focused on the right areas of digital transformation.
In the second part of this series, in partnership with Engine, with James Coughlan (Digital Transformation Director), we look at the aspects of transformation and which industry has been affected the most by the rise in digital transformation.