Many companies create plans, but only a few see them become reality. Imagine being able to test your plans and predict the results before you implement them. No, you do not need a crystal ball, but you do need a Digital Twin of your organization. It is a complete digital copy of your organization, allowing you to make your plans and test them before taking action. In this e-book, we explain how it works.
What is Digital Transformation
You can leverage Digital Transformation in different ways and at different levels in an organization. However, the starting point is always to first fully understand where you are now, where you want to go and what exactly you want to achieve.
We believe that a successful Digital Transformation starts by first taking a step back and looking at your organization, strategy, departments, and processes. Why and what exactly do you want to transform? Where are the bottlenecks and which KPIs are performing below expectations?
Once you have a clear understanding of your strategy, processes, bottlenecks, and the associated KPIs, you will know exactly what actions you need to take to achieve your organization’s goals.
Deep Value walks you through these steps and simultaneously creates a Digital Twin of your organization where all these elements are instantly visible. You will see exactly where you are doing well, where you are performing poorly, and which actions you need to take to reach your set goals.
In this e-book, you will read everything you need to know to get started with your Digital Transformation.
It depends on the scale you want to start with. We recommend starting small, for example with a department or a particular process you want to improve. After that, you can choose to apply it on a larger scale. We typically deliver a proof of value in 12-16 weeks.
You can choose to implement a Digital Twin outside your current IT landscape. Once it becomes clear where the bottlenecks and blind spots are in the processes and data, it can be seamlessly fitted into your current IT architecture. We make use of existing data and reporting systems, such as BI, data warehouses, and data lakes. So you don’t have to start from scratch when implementing a Digital Twin.