Digital Transformation

The use of cloud and other technologies in ways that change business operations, interactions and business models with profound impact for customers, vendors, and employees.

There are five key areas to evaluate and prioritize before starting your Digital Transformation journey.

See what a few of our clients have to say about Digital Transformation.

Testimonial

“Concurrency’s Digital Transformation approach directly aligns with the thinking and roadmap of the YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities. All five core solutions areas are things we are already doing or are in our future plans.”

- Tom Case

VP of IT, YMCA

Testimonial

Concurrency has a great vision for Digital Transformation and has invested time to understand my business and look beyond the technology. They help me look at my business and understand what moves I should take over the next 2 years. This approach helps me build roadmaps, budgets, and understand future issues so I can confidently communicate with Management and the Board.

- Ron Borden

Executive Director of IT, MOEITS

Testimonial

“I am pleased with how the Concurrency team took the time to learn about our business and our instrument. I am sure it wasn’t easy for them to learn about steel production and gain the knowledge you have today. The Concurrency team provides input and understands the business and technology behind our needs and requirements.”

- Dave Janu

R&D Manager U.S., Heraeus

When reviewing a specific industry starting point for Digital Transformation, it is critical to examine trends, capabilities and directions as they impact the three key stake holders differently.

Customers

Where and what are their expectations? Are they leading or following providers? Are they adopting digital strategies themselves? Are they looking to partner and improve overall products and service levels? Are you aligned to customer needs and wants.

Vendors

How can your vendors help support your digital direction? Are they adopting digital strategies of their own? Are they pushing you to become more digital to help increase velocity and cut costs? Are they looking to flatten the value chain and further improve customer service levels?

Employees

Where are you employees in terms of digital expectations? This might be the most important consideration of all. By 2020, 50% of the workforce will be made up of Millennials, so attracting and keeping top talent might be the biggest driver of your Digital Transformation needs.