Why change to a platform approach, and why change now?
Many executive teams have managed to deliver results over the past decade without adopting the latest technology trend, but if the pandemic disruption has taught one lesson, it's that organizations operating with legacy infrastructure and analog processes will struggle to meet the expectations of customers who've been forced to go digital.
The technology-driven innovations that were transformational in a previous era have become table stakes for staying in business. It's no longer enough to execute digital transformation at the speed of business. Organizations now need digital acceleration.
Digital acceleration means making faster, more effective progress using data and technology to optimize your enterprise and to deliver on some of the biggest projects. It allows a shift to the next level of using data to create better products and business models, target customers, better, and adjusts to market changes.
This is why it's more important than ever to make the switch to a platform, to help capitalize on the opportunities that digital acceleration provides. Platforms like Process Tempo are specifically designed to help enable digital acceleration by making data more organized, accessible, and powerful for its users - no matter who they are or what they do.
Digital acceleration refers to business progress, but there's a great deal of technical progress to be made, too.
Highly disconnected data environments require a strategy to bring this disparate data together so it can not only be used and managed effectively within the business but so that the business has greater transparency into its operations and can achieve greater flexibility as a result.
In this way, there can also be. a reduced dependency on IT Specialists to deliver above and beyond what they're capable of and ensure that, by better enabling self-service analytics for most users, that they can focus more on lowering technical debt and not being spread thin.
In addition, companies can stand to benefit from having transparency into their currently-unchecked cloud spend.