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Seven steps to successful digital innovation and transformation

What to invest in and what to avoid when pursuing digital transformation

Seven steps to successful digital transformation - whitepaper from IBM
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Is your organisation considering a digital transformation? In a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous business environment, many companies feel pressured to innovate or get left behind by competitors. 

However, it's important that you not simply follow trends and revamp all areas of the business, which will cost lots of time and money, but decide what specific changes will benefit your business and actually make you stand out against the competition. 

Join Ralf Bucksch, IBM Technical Executive AI Applications, for this 40-minute recorded webinar about the seven steps you need to consider if you want to avoid messing up your organisation's digital innovation and transformation.

Fill out the form below to access the free resource.

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