Many of our clients know their operating models aren’t fit for purpose in a digital world. First up — they need to overhaul their operations by applying digital to core business processes in supply chain, finance and HR.
While digital capabilities can often be found in various pockets, many organizations know they’re a long way from infusing digital where it needs to be: throughout their business.
Enhanced digital operations allow leaders to achieve a disruptive and agile organization — resulting in performance breakthroughs and new business opportunities.
- Traditional approaches to business operations have only achieved a savings of 3%–5% for cost of goods and 5%–10% for selling and general-administrative expenses. Digital operations have the ability to deliver 25%–40% of cost savings.
- Digital has the ability to drive higher levels of productivity run time using a connected supply chain with IoT, 3D printing, automated-guided vehicles and robotics.
- Enterprise-wide transformation can be enabled by predictive workforce analytics, augmented reality and cloud technology.
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