What digitalisation is and why it is increasing its importance
The expression “business digitalization” means:
The transformation of traditional business processes, into computer-based processes, with a certain levels of automation.
Digital innovation is now considered, unanimously , an incredible opportunity that the companies use in order to increase and expand their presence on the market.
Every company carries out several time-demanding and budget consuming activities. Several firms, above all, invest mainly in activities that are only supportive of the main business, rather than those aimed at generating useful profits.
Many of these processes can be speeded up, simplified, automated and / or made more efficient thanks to technology.
Speed, efficiency and cost reduction: the goals of corporate digitalisation
- Cut down time and costs;
- Optimize business processes: from administration to process automation, up to machine learning and software 4.0;
- Enhance market competitiveness.
These are the goals of a good business digitalization project.
Reduce time and costs
Optimize business processes
Enhance market competitiveness
Useful examples and advantages
The following examples that can give a concrete idea of what corporate digitization is and its advantages:
offers opportunities for interaction from the mobile, systems control, statistics consultation;
choice that relieves the company from the costs of assistance, upgrade, investment in technologies etc …;
Dematerialization and document archiving
saving time and paper material, speed of access and search for archived documents.