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Wolfram Internet’s own Hjalmar Lundqvist said the technology will help give workers more voice in how their companies operate and lead to a new digital economy. Read his comments here.
Managed data is the future
As technology improves, so does the ability of businesses to manage their data. Managed data comes into play when a company has a data management strategy in place and wants to use that strategy for its entire business cycle.
As digital transformation continues, so does the need for workplaces that work together. This means companies will have to think about how they reach out and collaborate with one another on tasks and data.
Apps and platforms are coming. But which ones?
In an increasingly digitalized world, businesses should be thinking about how they manage their data, who can access it, and how it’s used. This means it’s important to make apps and platforms that are flexible enough to support a diverse group of users.
Hadoop for big data
Big data and data-driven decision-making are here to stay. By embracing data-driven thinking and using analytical tools to drive decisions, businesses can improve efficiency, strengthen criticality, and increase accuracy.
The role of analytics in work
As digital transformation continues, so does the need for tools that can help with data and work — and why not also help with analytics? Analytics has always helped with work and organizational visibility. Understanding who is using which software, and how, has always been one of the most important challenges facing organizations. With the advent of big data and AI, an organization can now clearly and easily track who it is marketing to, what their top priority is, and what’s working and not working in the market.
Digital transformation is a constant struggle for businesses. In fact, it’s one of the most challenging periods in business growth and development. Organizations are forced to decide which transformation activities will be the most challenging and costly. There’s no silver bullet that can solve all of our challenges. But there are some sure-fire tactics that can help businesses reduce their digital transformation challenges and prepare for the future. The first step is to recognize where digital transformation is a constant struggle for businesses. The second is to identify which challenges corporations are facing and how they can be resolved. The third is to make sure you have the right people in place to lead the transformation effort.