Preparing 21st Century Enterprises for Success in the Digital Age

It’s not a brave new world for companies. The digital era is here, and if experts are to be considered, businesses that have not already embraced this opportunity, risk joining those businesses which refuse to adapt, and consequently are quickly losing customers and revenue.
Consider this: according to this statistical site, throughout 2015, S&P 500 firms as a group dropped 3 percent in earnings and 15 percent in earnings. At the exact same time, “Unicorn” private sectors companies, which are valued at greater than $1 billion, including associations like Uber and Airbnb, are transforming the global business landscape in the electronic age and rapidly stepping over the old guard.
According to HCL Technologies, a leading international IT services company, technology is in the core of the forward-looking enterprises and you will find four different characteristics that these firms adopt:
* Experience-Centric. These companies strive to provide the customers a unified experience.
* Service-Oriented. These businesses change the operating model to concentrate on customer experience.
* Agile & Lean. These companies optimize their dimensions for fast-paced maneuvers.
* Ecosystem-Driven. These companies collaborate to expand the ecosystem beyond the business.
“Moving ahead — with all the disruptions in the business landscape due to digitalization, new age business models and technology — the thinking of ‘business as usual’ and expecting to succeed needs a change,” warns C. Vijay Kumar, President, Global Infrastructure Services, HCL Technologies. “An enterprise can no longer operate in isolation.”
Instead, says Kumar, an enterprise has to have a look at a holistic business model transformation, overhauling its business operations and functions for a unified experience. A company must hyper-focus on collaborate and services across the entire ecosystem for achievement.
While there is no blueprint for success, Kumar considers HCL will help guide companies through electronic transformation and ultimately be successful through 3rd-generation, IT-outsourcing partnerships.
C. Vijay Kumar adds that key components of HCL’s differentiation include “Digital Infrastructure Transformation which leverages our capability in executing Software-defined Infrastructure Stack, Hybrid Cloud Solutions, Unified Communications and contemporary workplace options.”
HCL’s DryICE automation encompasses 30-plus components, including a number of the traditional automation solutions and orchestration, machine learning and cognitive options. This is a modular strategy, allowing businesses to be nimble and lean, and continues to be implemented across all of HCL’s top customers while gaining substantial traction among new customers.

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