Digital enterprise – Virt Ent http://virtent.com/ Tue, 16 Aug 2022 13:43:03 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://virtent.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-23-120x120.png Digital enterprise – Virt Ent http://virtent.com/ 32 32 Digital Enterprise Transformation Manager – KTP Associate (Strategy and Performance) job with UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST OF SCOTLAND https://virtent.com/digital-enterprise-transformation-manager-ktp-associate-strategy-and-performance-job-with-university-of-the-west-of-scotland/ Tue, 16 Aug 2022 13:43:03 +0000 https://virtent.com/digital-enterprise-transformation-manager-ktp-associate-strategy-and-performance-job-with-university-of-the-west-of-scotland/ School of Business and Creative Industries in partnership with Rackit Ltd Campus: enterprise-based Job title: Digital Enterprise Transformation Manager – KTP Associate (Strategy and performance)Application number: REQ001729Salary scale: up to £40,000 depending on experience and qualifications (plus £4,500 for personal development)Full time: 35 hoursFixed term: 30 months ✔ Are you a graduate in Digital Marketing […]]]>

School of Business and Creative Industries in partnership with Rackit Ltd

Campus: enterprise-based
Job title: Digital Enterprise Transformation Manager – KTP Associate (Strategy and performance)
Application number: REQ001729
Salary scale: up to £40,000 depending on experience and qualifications (plus £4,500 for personal development)
Full time: 35 hours
Fixed term: 30 months

✔ Are you a graduate in Digital Marketing looking for a unique opportunity to carry out an innovative project?
✔ Would you like to work with a leading mobile marketing company and be supported by senior company management and a team of academics at UWS?
✔ Are you looking for hands-on experience while gaining additional qualifications?
✔ If so, we want to hear from you!

This is a unique opportunity to work in one of Scotland’s leading innovators in mobile marketing. At a time of accelerating technology, this 30 month Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project between Rackit Ltd and UWS, the position has the potential for permanent employment.

In response to an acceleration due to the pandemic, the successful candidate will be engaged to work in a 30-month Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project between the Rackit and UWS, the position has the potential for permanent employment . You will be a Digital Marketing/Digital Business Analyst/Digital Business Development graduate or with a relevant degree involving a significant amount of relevant digital business experience. The successful candidate will be an integral part of the leadership team and will be instrumental in delivering the company’s exciting plans for business growth, achieved by enhancing the team’s approach to developing strategic management, planning and decision-making, to implement organizational and cultural changes and to build business resilience.

The company

Founded in 2006, Rackit Ltd, provides customers, from small office-based businesses to multinational global giants such as BP, Tesco and Amazon, with storage and material handling solutions that help make the most of their space – by increasing productivity, making operations easier, and ultimately increasing profitability. With a combined experience of over 100 years, the company currently employs 26 people at its Scottish headquarters and regional offices across the UK. With six offices and a warehouse (Scotland, Ireland and England) plus a European warehouse in the Netherlands, the company offers a range of bespoke, off-the-shelf storage solutions to commercial customers (factories, warehouses, work) covering shelving, shelving, racks and conveyor platforms as well as design, installation, training and maintenance services.

Learn more by visiting: https://rackit.co.uk/

About KTP:
This position is part of the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) funded by Innovate UK. It is essential that you understand how KTP works with business and academia, and the vital role you will play if you are successful in securing a KTP Associate position. Please visit: https://www.uws.ac.uk/business/knowledge-expertise/knowledge-transfer-partnerships/ or contact Stuart McKay (stuart.mckay@uws.ac.uk)

The successful candidate must possess:

  • Minimum a Bachelor of Commerce degree with specialization in Digital Marketing, MSc in Digital Marketing, eCommerce or Mobile or related field.
  • Demonstrable experience or portfolio of projects in a business digital transformation role.
  • Desirable if membership in relevant professional organization (e.g. DMI, CIM, IDDM)

The essential skills we need include the following:
✔ Solid experience in digital business transformation and digital marketing demonstrated by qualifications and/or experience.
✔ Understand digital business market dynamics and challenges and be able to work with client contract specifications for business development.
✔ Understanding of innovations and integrated applications of digital, social and transformational technologies.
✔ Skills developed in project management and research organization.
✔ Strong numerical, analytical and data processing skills.
✔ Strong digital skills and ability to work with different cloud ecosystems (preferably with G Suite Enterprise or MOS Enterprise)
✔ Ability to work with Google Analytics / Business Analytics for external and internal communication systems and approaches.
✔ Ability to establish project costs and compare alternatives based on cost and other factors.
✔ Expertise in writing and preparing reports and business cases.
✔ Ability to deliver results in a very dynamic organization with tight deadlines.
✔ In addition, the candidate may be required to perform ad hoc administrative and reporting tasks as needed.
✔ Ability to work independently.

Why UWS?

We support you – We are the only university in Scotland to have a dedicated KTP centre, meaning you are fully supported throughout your time at the company by UWS staff.

We are growing – In 2019, UWS was the top performing university in the UK in terms of value of KTP projects secured.

You grow with us – Many of our KTP associates are offered permanent positions and continue to support projects as a team and independently. We’ll also invest £4,000 in your development, which includes training at the Chartered Management Institute (Level 5) and the opportunity to sign up for an MPhil or Ph.D.

To know more Click here

If you have any questions about this vacancy please contact: matthew.frew@uws.ac.uk

Further information, including details on how to apply, is available at https://jobs.uws.ac.uk

Closing date: Thursday, September 15, 2022
Service Date: W/C October 03, 2022

UWS is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from underrepresented groups.
UWS is a “disability-confident” employer.
The University of the West of Scotland is a registered Scottish charity, no. SC002520

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Engineering firm develops digital business platform https://virtent.com/engineering-firm-develops-digital-business-platform/ Mon, 01 Aug 2022 16:03:29 +0000 https://virtent.com/engineering-firm-develops-digital-business-platform/ By Revin Mikhael D. Ochave, Journalist ESCA Engineering recently unveiled a digital enterprise platform that will make it easier to manage construction projects. ESCA President Ernesto S. de Castro said Project Information Management 345D (PIM345D), its digital building information modeling (BIM) platform, is now used in the company’s projects. “We developed the PIM345D and are […]]]>

By Revin Mikhael D. Ochave, Journalist

ESCA Engineering recently unveiled a digital enterprise platform that will make it easier to manage construction projects.

ESCA President Ernesto S. de Castro said Project Information Management 345D (PIM345D), its digital building information modeling (BIM) platform, is now used in the company’s projects.

“We developed the PIM345D and are currently using it in projects. The beauty about this is that we actually connect field, office, site, designers and owners. This information is available in a single application. We believe this is something that will be a game changer in our industry,” he said at a press conference in Makati City on July 28.

ESCA’s PIM345D encompasses all BIM processes and processes and seeks to solve the challenge of technology adoption in the country due to the prohibitive cost of technology licensing.

The platform empowers ESCA customers with a full suite of applications needed to imagine, design, engineer, build and manage a project in a single digital framework.

“PIM345D offers local and national government agencies, private developers and project sponsors a digital solution within their budget that includes project management, design, construction, engineering, planning, resourcing and cost management in a single integrated, connected and mobile application. project information management tool,” ESCA said.

According to ESCA, the new platform is expected to be launched in the Philippine and international market during the first part of 2023, once extensive testing is completed.

The company added that pricing for the new digital BIM platform has yet to be determined.

Asked for additional comment, De Castro said the price will be more affordable than other platforms available.

“We’re going to make it very, very affordable. It will be 30% of what it might cost you to use other software,” he said.

Meanwhile, ESCA Engineering also announced that it has an ongoing partnership with Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) to upgrade the electric utility company’s first 15 business centers.

The company revealed that the modernization, a commitment period of nearly two years, will enable Meralco’s business centers to support additional weight for new solar panel installations while implementing other structural improvements to disaster proof.

“Meralco has been a trusted energy infrastructure for the National Capital Region for generations of Filipinos, and we are grateful for their continued trust in ESCA Engineering. We are excited to deliver customer value through significant technical improvements in this first group of customer-facing business centers,” said Jean Jacquelyn Nathania A. de Castro, Managing Director of ESCA Engineering.

In the same press briefing, ESCA Engineering also presented a new visual identity and a new brand name, which was previously ESCA, Inc.

“ESCA Engineering reflects who we are today and our focused business – a digital and engineering-focused services company ready to seize new opportunities for our clients in the Philippines and globally,” said Ms. De Castro. .

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The holistic approach to building a digital business with digital twins – Metrology and Quality News https://virtent.com/the-holistic-approach-to-building-a-digital-business-with-digital-twins-metrology-and-quality-news/ Mon, 01 Aug 2022 05:32:41 +0000 https://virtent.com/the-holistic-approach-to-building-a-digital-business-with-digital-twins-metrology-and-quality-news/ The digital enterprise’s holistic approach to creating digital twins, as in the automotive industry, delivers tangible benefits by dramatically reducing the number of prototypes needed when developing new vehicles. It also becomes possible to predict the performance of the production unit and the products themselves. In addition, it guarantees manufacturers to produce what customers expect […]]]>

The digital enterprise’s holistic approach to creating digital twins, as in the automotive industry, delivers tangible benefits by dramatically reducing the number of prototypes needed when developing new vehicles. It also becomes possible to predict the performance of the production unit and the products themselves. In addition, it guarantees manufacturers to produce what customers expect in terms of individualization and drive concepts.

The digital twin in the automotive industry is the precise virtual model of a vehicle or a production plant. It displays their development throughout the lifecycle and enables operators to predict behavior, optimize performance, and implement insights from previous design and production experiences.

The digital twin concept has three forms: the product digital twin, the production digital twin, and the product and production performance digital twin. Siemens offers global domain expertise and optimized tools and claims to be the only company to offer this holistic approach. There is enormous value to be gained from running “what if” scenarios and predicting future performance with the digital twin. The ultimate goal of the digital twin lies in the closed-loop connection between the virtual world of product development and production planning with the physical world of the production system and product performance. Through this connection, actionable insights are gained from the physical world for informed decisions throughout the lifecycle of products and production operations.

Digital Twin Product

Today, the development of new cars mainly takes place in a virtual environment. Many vehicles of today and tomorrow are designed with Siemens NX CAD, which helps turn automotive dreams into successful products. Automotive designers always start with a clay model to capture emotions, but then automotive engineers use NX to turn those emotions into real products. The Digital Enterprise solutions portfolio also helps create the digital twin of the product which then enables realistic simulations to optimize the car before it is built.

Production digital twin

Ensuring that the production achieves the required output is the primary objective of production planning. The production planner must plan the production line and select the necessary production equipment such as robots and conveyor belts. Digital twin production includes everything from programming to automation hardware and helps optimize production before it begins by virtually commissioning the new production cell or line and with the Digital Enterprise solutions portfolio .

With the Digital Enterprise portfolio and the digital twin of production, it is possible to plan the entire manufacturing process in a fully virtual environment. From layout design to visualization of material flows and possible bottlenecks to simulation of PLC code for automation hardware, this ultimately leads to virtual commissioning that helps in testing and optimize new production lines to reduce time, effort and risk for actual commissioning.

Powerful digital twin

In the execution phase of production where the products are actually manufactured, state-of-the-art automation equipment and the concept of Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) enable efficient, smooth and safe production. It also starts a continuous optimization loop to further increase efficiency and use data analytics for innovative services like predictive maintenance. This is made possible through the Digital Enterprise solutions portfolio.

The digital twin of performance includes production and product performance. It is constantly fed with data from the product and production facilities, leading to new insights. Through the connection with integrated automation components, the workbench delivers all relevant data which is then analyzed in the cloud to enable continuous optimizations throughout the value chain using the Digital Enterprise portfolio.

With its Digital Enterprise portfolio, Siemens is driving the digital transformation of industry – the seamless integration of automation, software and advanced technologies will take industry to a higher level of efficiency.

For more information: https://new.siemens.com

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MAG CIO Nick Woods on Modernizing SAP for the Digital Enterprise https://virtent.com/mag-cio-nick-woods-on-modernizing-sap-for-the-digital-enterprise/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://virtent.com/mag-cio-nick-woods-on-modernizing-sap-for-the-digital-enterprise/ “Airports are cities in their own right,” says Nick Woods, CIO of Manchester Airports Group (MAG), which manages three: Manchester Airport, London Stanstead and East Midlands. “They have malls in their departure lounges. They have manufacturing plants, when you look at the baggage halls. They secure the border. But when it comes to cities, airports […]]]>

“Airports are cities in their own right,” says Nick Woods, CIO of Manchester Airports Group (MAG), which manages three: Manchester Airport, London Stanstead and East Midlands. “They have malls in their departure lounges. They have manufacturing plants, when you look at the baggage halls. They secure the border.

But when it comes to cities, airports are unusually focused on operational efficiency: carrying as many passengers on as many flights, in the safest and most sustainable way possible. In 2019, MAG airports served 60 million passengers (more than the population of Tokyo, the most populous city in the world). Seventy airlines shipped these passengers to 270 destinations.

When Covid-19 anchored the airline industry in 2020, MAG spotted an opportunity to transform the digital systems that underpin its operations. Technical monitor sat down with Woods to learn how an ongoing transformation of its core SAP applications from siled implementations to a single platform is helping the group streamline its processes, get the most out of its data and gain a “helicopter view » productivity.

Nick Woods, CIO of Manchester Airports Group, is overseeing a plan to create a “digital business“. (Photo courtesy of MAG)

Digital transformation at MAG

Digital technology is inseparable from MAG’s ongoing pursuit of operational efficiency, says Woods. “Almost everything has a digital game.”

There are four areas where Woods is focusing MAG’s digital transformation efforts. The first is “planning and optimizing our airports in real time,” says Woods. It’s a huge coordination effort, he says, both between the airport and other stakeholders, such as airlines, air traffic control and ground contractors, and within the airport group itself. -even – it all depends on the data.

The second is to use AI to ensure planes can turn around as quickly and safely as possible. “We are looking at how we can use computer vision to spot flaws on tracks or detect foreign objects [that] can damage an aircraft.

Third, the digitization of machinery, such as baggage systems and lighting equipment, helps optimize energy consumption and predict maintenance. One of the goals of this “smart airport” strategy is to allow MAG to generate its own electricity, says Woods.

Fourth, what Woods calls “the digital business”. It’s “everything we need to run an efficient business: automate our back-office processes, use a lot more intelligence-driven data to predict what we need to do.”

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It was this latest momentum that led Woods to undertake a transformation of MAG’s enterprise application fleet. On the eve of the pandemic, the group had invested heavily in modernizing its airport operations: “We had new terminals under construction, we were working on a customer experience program, we were replacing the baggage system at Stanstead”, says recalls Woods.

“But what we discovered early in the pandemic was that there was a real hunger for better access to data that was easy to compare between different airports,” he explains.

Modernization of Manchester Airport Group’s SAP fleet

MAG had grown through acquisitions: it had acquired East Midlands Airport in 2011 and Stansted in 2013. And although it had largely standardized on SAP for its core business applications, including SAP ERP Core Component (ECC) for finance, SAP SuccessFactors for HR and SAP Ariba for purchasing, they were disjointed. “What we hadn’t really done was think about how it works from an end-to-end process perspective,” Woods says.

The pandemic has provided the perfect opportunity to address this. At first, the group focused on survival, but after a few months, it turned its attention to transformation. “As we looked at how to reshape the business to be the best it could be, there was a need to drive standardization across these different parts of the business,” he recalls. “How can we get better access to consistent data? »

Woods launched a transformation program with the goal of ensuring that MAG’s SAP applications run industry-best-practice processes, all from a single cloud platform.

In the past, organizations tended to customize enterprise applications to their specific needs, says Woods, “and we’re somewhat guilty of that as well. [But] it creates technical debt and complexity in systems, which slows you down.

“We want to move to a world where we follow industry best practices, so we can leverage efficiencies and improvements as we go,” says Woods. “Whether it’s intelligent automation or AI…you can take it out of the box rather than having to [customise] to your own processes.

Nick Woods, CIO of Manchester Airport Group
“You don’t want to do a complex technical and data migration at the same time that you’re also in a complex business change transformation.” (Photo courtesy of Manchester Airports Group)

Moving to a single platform, adds Woods, will also allow MAG to measure its productivity more effectively. Although its core applications are all SAP, “there are a lot of things that need to happen outside of the system, non-measurable activities like manipulating data, pulling it and doing something in spreadsheets, then putting it back to new”.

In the end state of the current transformation, everything will be “on system,” says Woods. “So everything is auditable, traceable and traceable, and we can measure productivity much more effectively.”

MAG is of course approaching this program in stages. One of the first steps was to move its ECC implementation from IBM’s cloud platform to AWS.

“Obtain [ECC] on the right platform and [retiring the] The legacy cloud platform that we didn’t need allows us to provide a level of economy, resiliency, and efficiency, but also provides us with the platform to build on. The group hosts many of its data platforms in AWS. Moving its financial app to Amazon’s platform has therefore brought connectivity and performance benefits, Woods says.

The migration took place two weeks before the end of MAG’s fiscal year, but the preparation and testing gave the group the confidence to make the transition. “There was a tremendous amount of control and governance,” Woods explains, “with pre-migration testing and then post-migration testing, including our auditors who came in and gave a good look .”

Upgrade to S/4HANA

The next step is to redesign the company’s financial processes in preparation for an upgrade to S/4HANA, the latest iteration of SAP’s core ERP product. To do this, the companies today announced that MAG will use RISE with SAP, the software provider’s “business transformation-as-a-service” suite, which includes process intelligence tools as well as business intelligence services. technical assistance for migration.

This procedural order — AWS migration, then process redesign, then S/4HANA upgrade — reduces risk in the program, Woods says.

“There’s a whole host of business transformations we need to undertake — simplifying our finance processes, applying business process automation best practices — and all of that takes time,” he says. “You don’t want to do a complex technical and data migration at the same time that you’re also in a complex business change transformation.”

For any CIOs contemplating a similar journey, Woods’ advice is to get your data in order first. “Any tech who’s done migrations in the past knows that data is king,” he says. “It’s absolutely worth investing time upfront to make sure your data is in the best possible condition, so that when you migrate it, you have a clean environment.”

“If there’s shit in there, there’s no point in migrating that shit into the new system. Do it right first: that would be my biggest recommendation. »

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Build a unified digital enterprise with hyperautomation https://virtent.com/build-a-unified-digital-enterprise-with-hyperautomation/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 02:38:09 +0000 https://virtent.com/build-a-unified-digital-enterprise-with-hyperautomation/ RPA, integration and low code Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 8:30 a.m. IST | 11:00 a.m. SGT | 1:00 p.m. AEST | 3:00 p.m. NZST (Duration: 45 minutes) Register In the new global economy, work has changed. Workers are now more distributed and their work is becoming increasingly digital. For this reason, more emphasis has […]]]>

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In the new global economy, work has changed. Workers are now more distributed and their work is becoming increasingly digital. For this reason, more emphasis has been placed on efficiency through automation.

Automation has also become a way for companies to differentiate themselves from their competitors – a recent study by Bain & Co indicated that market leaders automate 2-5 times more than their peers. It’s automation that makes work flow, by orchestrating people, processes and systems across the enterprise.

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • Why hyperautomation is the important part of building a “digital business”
  • How ServiceNow is breaking down “islands” and “silos” from IT systems to promote hyperautomation
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Barack Obama among the speakers at the DES-Digital Enterprise Show in Malaga https://virtent.com/barack-obama-among-the-speakers-at-the-des-digital-enterprise-show-in-malaga/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://virtent.com/barack-obama-among-the-speakers-at-the-des-digital-enterprise-show-in-malaga/ The DES-Digital Enterprise Show in Malaga will run for three days from June 14-16, with Barack Obama among the speakers. The city of Malaga will host the DES-Digital Enterprise Show from June 14 to 16, 2022. This event is a prestigious benchmark for digital transformation in southern Europe, which will be held for the first […]]]>

The DES-Digital Enterprise Show in Malaga will run for three days from June 14-16, with Barack Obama among the speakers.

The city of Malaga will host the DES-Digital Enterprise Show from June 14 to 16, 2022. This event is a prestigious benchmark for digital transformation in southern Europe, which will be held for the first time in the capital of the Costa del Floor.

Former US President Barack Obama is among the long list of experts due to travel to Malaga. The DES will bring together around 15,000 participants, of whom around 12,000 will spend three nights in accommodation in the city and its surroundings.

These 12,000 participants will travel to the Andalusian city with the aim of discovering the latest innovations and solutions to carry out digital transformation in different industries.

Following the influx of visitors, the hotel sector is booming. According to direct sources of hotels established in the capital of Malaga, as well as the travel agency of the event and the accommodation platforms consulted by theopinionofmalaga.esthe occupancy rate between June 14 and 16 is 96%.

It should be taken into account that, according to the data of the National Institute of Statistics (INE) since last March, Malaga has had 12,106 places available in its hotel establishments. Therefore, occupancy will almost certainly reach 100% during DES week.

In order to accommodate all attendees of the tech event, organizers began looking for alternative venues. Towns close to the capital, such as Torremolinos or Benalmadena, will thus benefit from this influx of people to be housed.

With these data, it is expected that the economic impact of DES2022 in Malaga will be improved, as well as increase the contracting of services related to the tourism, culture and gastronomy industry.

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Digital Enterprise Show Unveils Former US President Obama as Keynote Speaker https://virtent.com/digital-enterprise-show-unveils-former-us-president-obama-as-keynote-speaker/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 10:54:22 +0000 https://virtent.com/digital-enterprise-show-unveils-former-us-president-obama-as-keynote-speaker/ The 44th President of the United States will attend the Digital Business World Congress, to be held in Malaga, Spain, June 14-16, as part of the Digital Enterprise Show (DES2022). DES2022 will bring together more than 12,000 delegates, 500 international experts and 300 exhibiting organisations. The former US president will participate in a moderated Q&A […]]]>

The 44th President of the United States will attend the Digital Business World Congress, to be held in Malaga, Spain, June 14-16, as part of the Digital Enterprise Show (DES2022).

DES2022 will bring together more than 12,000 delegates, 500 international experts and 300 exhibiting organisations.

The former US president will participate in a moderated Q&A conversation during the show’s keynote.

Under the slogan “Reimagine Business”, 500 experts from around the world will share their strategies, knowledge and success stories in applying technology to different sectors. The conference will include six vertical forums focused on different industries (Industry 5.0, Retail & Logistics, Healthcare, Smart Cities, Banking, and Tourism & Hospitality) and agendas focused on each professional profile (CEO, CIO, CMO, CDO, CFO and Human Resources).

In addition to the former US President, DES2022 will feature a long list of international experts such as Gunter Pauli, founder of ZERI (Zero Emissions Research and Initiatives), entrepreneur and leading specialist in the blue economy; Liz Parrish, who will present the progress of her research to develop a method that will reverse cell aging and help extend life expectancy; and Jesús Hernández Galán, Director of Accessibility and Innovation at the ONCE Foundation, who will analyze how technology can help people with disabilities increase their autonomy.

Among the 300 exhibitors are AWS, IBM, KPMG, Kyndryl, T-Systems, Arcopay, Codurance, Personio or even The Cube, which will present innovative technological solutions, such as Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Cybersecurity, Big Data, Virtual Reality, Blockchain or 5G, among others.

In recent years, Malaga has become a magnet for large international companies committed to innovation and digitalization. With the celebration of DES2022, the city reaffirms the strategy of internationalization and modernization that makes southern Spain an optimal point for investors from all over the world to stimulate job creation in the ICT sector and development of an economic model based on innovation. and talents.

DES2022 is an event of Nebext – Next Business Exhibitions in collaboration with the City Council of Málaga and the Junta de Andalucía. In five editions, it has become the largest European professional event on the digital transformation of companies.

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The market for digital enterprise services is booming worldwide Siemens, DingTalk, Huawei https://virtent.com/the-market-for-digital-enterprise-services-is-booming-worldwide-siemens-dingtalk-huawei/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 12:40:57 +0000 https://virtent.com/the-market-for-digital-enterprise-services-is-booming-worldwide-siemens-dingtalk-huawei/ New JerseyNew Jersey, June 08, 2022 The Digital Enterprise Services market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. The data that has been reviewed takes into account both existing top players and upcoming competitors. The business strategies of key players and new industries entering the market […]]]>

New JerseyNew Jersey, June 08, 2022 The Digital Enterprise Services market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. The data that has been reviewed takes into account both existing top players and upcoming competitors. The business strategies of key players and new industries entering the market are studied in detail. A well-explained SWOT analysis, revenue share and contact information are shared in this report analysis. It also provides market information in terms of development and its capabilities.

Building a digital business that can fully utilize social, mobile, web, cloud, and analytics technologies is key to maintaining a competitive advantage. It requires transforming your business into an intuitive one that anticipates the needs of tomorrow’s customers and delivers insights that lead to competitive advantage. Delivering an omnichannel experience requires the integration of people, processes, and capabilities.

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Prominent players in the global digital enterprise services market are constantly investing funds in the research and development of next-generation healthcare IT solutions. These players want to expand their presence in cloud-based digital business service solutions. Some of the major key players in this market are Siemens, DingTalk, Huawei, Tencent, Stellium, First Datacorp, Digital Enterprise, BMC Software, Omdia, Trisotech, Deloitte, Fully Managed, McKinsey & Company, Cognizant, T-Systems International, SilverStorm, Azure Digital, Axino Solutions, Happiest Minds, CSS Corp, Column Software Solutions, PwC, Accenture, DxSherpa Technologies, WakeData, TTSF.

Various factors are responsible for the growth trajectory of the market, which are studied extensively in the report. In addition, the report lists the constraints that threaten the global economy Digital Business Services Market. This report is a consolidation of primary and secondary research, which provides market size, share, dynamics and forecasts for various segments and sub-segments considering macro and micro environmental factors. It also assesses the bargaining power of suppliers and buyers, the threat of new entrants and product substitutes, and the degree of competition prevailing in the market.

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Major regional markets examined methodically in the research report are North America, Europe, Japan, China, India, and Southeast Asia. North America is expected to account for a substantial share of the market over the forecast period. The region’s growth is primarily driven by the US healthcare IT market, which is one of the largest and most mature markets in the world. Strict regulatory standards and digital business service incentive policies in the region are driving hospitals and clinics in the region to implement digital business service solutions.

The cost analysis of the Global Digital Enterprise Services Market has been done considering the manufacturing expense, labor cost, and raw materials along with their market concentration rate, vendors and the price trend. Other factors such as supply chain, downstream buyers, and sourcing strategy have been assessed to provide a comprehensive and in-depth view of the market. Buyers of the report will also be exposed to market positioning study with factors such as target customer, brand strategy, and pricing strategy taken into consideration.

Key questions answered by the report include:

  • What will be the market size and growth rate by the end of the forecast period?
  • What are the key Digital Enterprise Services market trends impacting the growth of the market?
  • What are the potential growth opportunities and threats faced by the major market competitors?
  • What are the key findings of Porter’s Five Forces analysis and SWOT analysis of key players operating in the global Digital Enterprise Services market?
  • This report gives all the information regarding the industry overview, analysis and revenue of this market.
  • What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the vendors in the Global Digital Business Services Market?

Contents

Global Digital Enterprise Services Market Research Report 2022-2028

Chapter 1 Digital Enterprise Services Market Overview

Chapter 2 Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3 Global Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4 Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5 Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6 Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7 Global Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8 Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter 12 Global Digital Enterprise Services Market Forecast

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The National Digital Awards recognize excellence in digital business https://virtent.com/the-national-digital-awards-recognize-excellence-in-digital-business/ Wed, 01 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://virtent.com/the-national-digital-awards-recognize-excellence-in-digital-business/ The National Digital Awards event in Dublin brought together winners and runners-up from all 20 categories in the series. TV personality Marietta Doran served as emcee for the coveted event. As the ceremony progressed, guests heard from the event’s keynote speaker and ‘Digital Advocate of the Year’, Minister for Business, Employment and Retail Trade, Damien […]]]>

The National Digital Awards event in Dublin brought together winners and runners-up from all 20 categories in the series.

TV personality Marietta Doran served as emcee for the coveted event.

As the ceremony progressed, guests heard from the event’s keynote speaker and ‘Digital Advocate of the Year’, Minister for Business, Employment and Retail Trade, Damien English TD, who commended the extraordinary efforts of businesses across the country to meet the daunting challenges of the past two years. Women in Digital award winner and newly appointed Chair of Digital Business Ireland, Ashley McDonnell also spoke at the luncheon, as did Permanent TSB’s head of corporate banking, Mags Brennan.

The event marked the first of an ambitious program of events set out by Digital Business Ireland for the coming year, culminating in the Digital Summit, taking place at the RDS on 14 September. The representative body is set to boost its in-person activities over the coming months as it aims to provide a range of networking opportunities to its 8,000 members.

Minister for Business, Employment and Retail, Damien English TD, said: “I am committed to supporting the Irish SME community in their ongoing digital transformation agenda, to help them improve their experiences. customer.

Digital Business Ireland’s General Secretary, Lorraine Higgins, said: “It was wonderful to formally recognize the extraordinary achievements of so many businesses, organizations and entrepreneurs at our National Digital Awards celebration lunch. After two exceptionally challenging years for businesses across Ireland, it was fitting that we would take the opportunity to honor our winners and runners-up at Digital Business Ireland’s first in-person event since early 2020.”

Winners included: the Ludgate Hub, Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind, Harvey Norman, Currys and EZ Living,

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Think Like a Startup: How to Build a Competitive Digital Business https://virtent.com/think-like-a-startup-how-to-build-a-competitive-digital-business/ Thu, 26 May 2022 09:44:28 +0000 https://virtent.com/think-like-a-startup-how-to-build-a-competitive-digital-business/ Jacques Fouché, Head of Strategic Consulting at Ovations Group Digitization has affected all aspects of our lives: our way of life, our way of working and, essential to your business, our way of consuming. It has changed the way customers want to interact with your business. Convenience comes first. Customers now have high expectations, they […]]]>
Jacques Fouché, Head of Strategic Consulting at Ovations Group

Digitization has affected all aspects of our lives: our way of life, our way of working and, essential to your business, our way of consuming. It has changed the way customers want to interact with your business.

Convenience comes first. Customers now have high expectations, they want to follow orders, and tolerance levels are low. Without the necessary digital technology, it becomes unlikely that your business can support this level of service.

Jacques Fouché, head of strategic consulting at Ovations Group, says organizations should see technology as an opportunity to compete with companies that have organized themselves to make the most of digital. “Start-ups often offer competitive products at low prices and can provide an excellent customer experience using the latest technology and lean internal structures.”

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He advises, “To stay competitive in your industry and increase your market share, you need to start automating the business processes that bring value to the customer, to improve their overall experience and exceed their expectations.”

Fouché identifies two key digital drivers: customer experience (CX) and the price of digital enablers.

“Customer experience is now recognized as the most critical factor for business success and is seen as an important differentiator in the market. Customers expect a level of service that you can only deliver by adopting emerging technologies. Service levels at all points of customer interaction should be a key objective for every business. »

The cloud lowers barriers

Second, Fouché states that while the cost of digital enablers has been prohibitive, cloud computing has begun to break down that barrier, providing access to digital solutions to a wide range of organizations and IT budgets.

In the context of the current pandemic, remote working and new shopping behaviors have caused many business owners and leaders to rethink digital and the role emerging technologies should play in the future of businesses.

A digital business is one that provides customers with a physical product or service in digital form, such as Uber, Takealot or even online banking, where the interaction is digital from start to finish, Fouché explains.

He believes that the foundation of a digital business includes the following four elements:

  • A set of standardized business processes across all internal functions to ensure a consistent customer experience;
  • The ability to forecast and respond to customer demand levels and meet their requirements on time;
  • Use your customer knowledge to drive personalization; and
  • The ability to quickly deliver new products and features – digital businesses need to be able to experiment and react to the pace.

“Technology is just one tool to help create a better customer experience, but being an effective digital business also requires changing the way your organization operates. It should align with how customers interact with it; this will greatly improve the customer experience.

But how do companies go about implementing digital and a customer-centric operating model? To support the required service levels and information your customers demand, organizations can consider the following, Fouché says:

  1. Optimize, automate and continuously improve business processes. Consider robotic process automation (RPA) which uses software robots to automate highly repetitive routine tasks typically performed by knowledge workers. The addition of artificial intelligence allows bots to mimic human tasks such as pattern recognition and decision making.
  2. To support customer insight and personalization, you need enhanced data processing capabilities and big data technologies that integrate customer information across all touchpoints. Complement this with machine learning to provide the predictive analytics needed to drive personalized marketing and prevent fraud.
  3. From a software perspective, the transition from a monolithic architecture to a microservices architecture will improve scalability and flexibility, and enable the digital enterprise to launch new features and application instances, and expose APIs to partners in your business ecosystem.
  4. From an infrastructure perspective, a hybrid multi-cloud strategy offers the opportunity to optimize costs. If you match workloads to the most appropriate computing model, you properly optimize the workload architecture and continuously track expenses. Consider both containers and serverless to balance your portability requirements while being aware of vendor dependency.
  5. From a people perspective, you need better collaboration between development and operations and other stakeholders such as information security. Build on Agile software development practices that have bridged the gap between business and developers by extending it to operations. Integrate security and Lean principles into your DevOps environment to streamline faster delivery of the products digital businesses need.
  6. Finally, strong cybersecurity and fraud strategies to protect the organization and your customers from emerging technological threats are mandatory. It is increasingly difficult for a company to recover from cyberattacks and data breaches.

A digitally savvy leadership team is needed to drive the necessary change within the company, not only in technology, but also in culture and ways of working. Fouché says, “For years, business and IT have focused on alignment and integration, but in the digital business, the executive needs to collaborate on people, process and technology, in the context of customer value.These stakeholders should establish an integrated program organized around customer journeys, where they focus on those that unlock the most value.

The CIO must ensure that IT and the business are working towards the same goal: to improve the customer experience.

Core IT functions, however, have lost some control over IT resources and services due to the unprecedented adoption of emerging technologies directly by business units, in what is known as shadow IT. Technology decisions and acquisitions are gradually bypassing IT, increasing IT spending and the number of vendors to manage.

Fouché says IT encourages business units to work with them when choosing an emerging technology vendor. “To ensure you get business value and competitive advantage, IT must become the trusted advisor and negotiator. IT should play a key role in identifying how you implement emerging technologies to improve your customer experience. This involves involving customers in the design process from the start to improve the chances of success. »

IT also needs to identify the new skills and expertise needed and establish a procurement model that will best support the adoption of technology trends.

“Traditional – non-digitized – businesses will eventually struggle to compete and meet customer expectations. For some, survival will be at stake. Traditional businesses have more legacy to manage than new entrants, but these often perform well and need to find the right balance to stay competitive,” says Fouché.

“Hype aside, I think all businesses should at least recognize that digital can enable more efficient business models. Rather embrace digital than end up unprepared.”

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