Successful digital transformation involves cultural, technical, and political challenges, which often act as barriers for companies attempting to do it themselves. When companies take an ad‑hoc approach, the result is a patchwork of complicated, outdated technologies and processes that don’t speak to each other.
Moove It’s holistic approach to digital transformation helps companies develop the agility of a startup and shed legacy systems and processes painlessly– in favor of a seamlessly integrated, cloud-based approach.
Our focus on having a startup mindset, Agile methodologies, and the latest approaches to delivering software products will empower you to stay ahead of the technological curve well into the future.
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“The team is composed of motivated and talented developers, who work to efficiently deliver excellent solutions.”
“Moove It has been able to successfully deliver a top quality product in record time, while assisting us in other aspects of our business such as product development, marketing and branding.”
“We were looking for resources with high level of skills, that are very good strategically as well as tactically, and that’s what we found with Moove It. Our team here doesn’t think of Moove It as a third party contractor but as a part of our team.”
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Digital transformation is the integration of digital technology into all areas of a business, which changes how businesses operate and deliver their product to their customers. Digital transformation requires a huge cultural change and needs companies to evolve and constantly challenge the status quo, experiment, and get comfortable with failure.
A business may decide to take on digital transformation for a multitude of reasons. The most common reason however, is that they most likely need to take on digital transformation in order for their business to survive. An organization's ability to adapt quickly to supply chain disruptions, time to market pressures, and customer expectations that always change has become critical during the pandemic and will be an essential part of business models moving forward.
Everyone expects on demand: Customers expect real life experiences that are similar to the ones they have experienced through technology. Businesses are now demanding more Agile hybrid IT services, and Agile network capabilities.
Helping businesses and their employees become more efficient: Digital transformation services provide a very useful opportunity for core business functions, such as Human Resources and finances, to veer away from manual processes and automate areas, which then allows leaders to focus on wider business opportunities
Security is a top business priority: IT leaders placing more data at the edge of their networks while also working to keep that data secure has been a huge challenge. This is an extremely complicated task that requires a lot of attention, rigorous enforcement around access, data compliance, and shielding from attacks.
Strengthen business relationships: Firms are starting to become more reliant on one another. Managing these partners often requires document-based communication, which is a process that is often seen as an obstacle to overall efficiency and a waste of time. Digital transformation can redesign this process and make it more efficient and effective.
Making the best decisions, faster: Making decisions based on real-time, verified data is now possible and it's one of the factors that separates a surviving business from a successful one.
Technology: understanding how any particular technology contributes to transformational opportunities, adapting that technology to the specific needs of the business, or integrating it with existing systems can be an extremely complex process. To complicate matters even further, most companies have enormous technical debt — embedded legacy technologies that are tedious to change. The only way these issues can be resolved is with people who have the technical depth and breadth required, and working hand-in-hand with the business.
Data: Digital transformation involves different aspects such as understanding new types of unstructured data, massive quantities of data external to your company, leveraging proprietary data, and even integrating everything together, all while shedding enormous quantities of data that have never, and will never be used.
Process: Digital transformation requires an end-to-end mindset, the ability to rethink what you know in order to meet customer needs, a seamless connection of work activities, and the ability to manage across silos going forward.
Organizational change: elements of change in management such as leadership, teamwork, courage, emotional intelligence, and others are seen in this area.
Customer experience digital transformation: If you notice a dropping rate in overall customer satisfaction and less recurring customers, your customers are most likely not having the most optimal experience. Understanding the weaknesses and strengths in your customer experience design will overall help your company’s transition into digital transformation.
Operational Process transformation: Digital transformation is also about your overall internal and operational processes experience. Having a better flow of information, teamwork, and collaboration are all factors in digital transformation that can help your operational process.
Business Model transformation: Digitally transforming your business model can change the way your business is organized and how they deliver and produce value to the market. It opens new ways of developing products, finding clients, and making profits.