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What Changes Are Recommended for Your Business to Go Digital?

By Invoice Bazaar | July 7, 2020

An amazing organizational change termed Digital Business Transformation (DBT) is currently happening in the field of business, industry, trade, commerce and banking. Digital transformation, which is facilitated by technology, tends to improve overall performance as a result of enhanced efficiency and productivity.

A DBT journey needs a very well-planned approach with a clear roadmap. The first step is to create the necessary change in the mindset of the employees. Then they should be updated of the impending changes in the work culture and encouraged to welcome those changes. DBT can be implemented successfully only with the right blend of people, skills and organizational structure.

A sharing culture where people are encouraged to express their views and use their knowledge for the company’s benefit is to be encouraged and nurtured. Command and control models of running an organization won’t work effectively in the digital age. An organizational culture that relies too much on individual performance, instead of teamwork, should also be avoided.

SMEs can make use of Digital Project Management Services to implement digital solutions correctly and in a timely manner. Digital solutions can be used for core business functions like Accounting, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Production, Client Interface, Systems & Payrolls as well as Cyber Security. Having an E-invoicing network will enhance business productivity and efficiency.

Meanwhile, Data Protection Trustmark strengthens customer trust and loyalty. The latest digital technologies incorporate mobile and analytical tools and applications as well as platforms that build shareable digital capacity and social media capabilities. All these tools and apps are designed to analyze and extract value from the vast amount of data already available with the organization.

Digital libraries of content and applications are used for sharing and reuse of valuable business resources. Social & professional networking services such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram are used to expedite the flow of information and communication between an organization and its internal and external stakeholders. These social network platforms are also used to comprehend customer sentiments, evaluate competitor moves and to monitor industry trends.