Rotating rapidly to "new" IT is no longer an option— it’s a must. With the unceasing emergence of new technologies, IT departments face incredible pressure. Technology is moving rapidly from an enabler of business value to becoming in many ways the source of value, itself.
Pivoting decisively to the new IT is, therefore, a business imperative. Enterprises need to change both their technology and culture at pace. This ability will be essential not only for surviving in a time of unprecedented business disruption, but it will also be key to building business models that are agile, adaptable and designed to thrive long into the future.
Achieving this agenda requires attention to four key, and interrelated, areas of focus: intelligent automation, data and analytics, multi-speed IT and organizational change:
Automation plays a key role not only in delivering new digital experiences and services, but in helping to reduce the run costs of legacy IT.
DATA AND ANALYTICS
Data is the currency of business today. A data-powered enterprise integrates analytics and data to generate tangible outcomes by organizing and curating data, while translating it into valuable and actionable insights.
Businesses must be able to support the ever-growing demands of increasingly digitally-savvy customers. Since it’s neither realistic nor practical to "rip and replace" entire legacy technology systems, a multi-speed approach is required.
Changing the culture and ways of working to operate as a digital business is essential. Digital transformation isn’t solely driven by technology; it’s about bringing together the power of technology with a culture that embraces the changes it can lead for the organization.
Accenture has a proven track record of new IT transformation experience that helps enterprises quickly find value. We offer global reach, a tried and tested approach, powerful IT methodologies and diagnostic tools, as well as holistic change that will deliver measurable results faster.