Rethink What It Means to Be a Digital Business
Digital business is more than a buzz word or a technology category. It's a way of thinking, a business model, and an approach to proactively supporting customers and partners in every possible context—both in the physical and virtual worlds. Today, new technologies such as the digital business platform (DBP) are allowing organizations to think of digital business from a holistic perspective in order to better support the changing nature of business and accelerate digital transformation efforts.
How Can You Support A High Impact Digital Business Strategy?
All organizations require a digital business strategy due to the nature of today's customer, partner, and employee expectations—or they risk being out-competed. Today's business and IT leaders need to think critically about their strategy to ensure it encompasses people, the business ecosystem, processes, information, and technology. It's important to understand that becoming a digital business is a true transformation and cannot be achieved by purchasing new technology alone. It requires careful and informed planning of models, processes, and services with the customer’s perspective—and their business ecosystems— as the key focus point.
Get Started with the Digital Business Platform
Learn about Aragon's coverage of the digital business platform market. Learn how to identify the right digital business platform for your organization.
What Trends Does the Digital Business Technology Arc Highlight?
In addition to highlighting each of the technologies, I found that it was very interesting to look at the arc overall to see what trends it highlights.
Increased Remote Work Means You Must Define Your Information Privacy Strategy
In this blog, we explore how we as individuals and businesses can make conscious decisions about how much information we want to be shared.
How Is Governance Different for Small Versus Large Organizations?
This blog discusses a recent webinar on Aragon Research’s Governance Framework. During this webinar, a client asked how governance was different for small versus large organizations.