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Enterprise data and information are increasingly recognized among the most valuable, if not the most valuable proprietary resources that organizations/institutions possess. Today, both computing and information systems have made it much easier for organizations’ stakeholders to connect and build relationships, learn, collaborate, and exchange knowledge in new ways and all through real-time conversations. We are driving:
Improved Engagement: A collaborative culture gets people involved helping to create a more engaged workforce and discourages disengagement.
Sharing of Institutional Knowledge: Formal and informal knowledge lives throughout the minds and experiences. Effective means of collaboration allows for the sharing and searching of this knowledge more easily.
Increased Agility: With increased competition and advanced technology, work happens at a faster pace and collaboration is a key to success.
We are now moving into the area of ‘Big Data Analytics and Digital transformation (DX)’ and the large volume of diverse data pour into the enterprise. We face increasing challenges in managing, securing and exploiting these physical and non-physical data/assets.
Digital transformation helps an organization to keep pace with emerging customer demands now and, if sustained, in the future. Digital transformation enables an organization to better compete in an economic landscape that's constantly changing as technology evolves. To that end, the transformation is necessary for any business, nonprofit or institution that seeks to survive into the future.
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