It’s no secret that digital transformation is not just a bandwagon but a new norm for today’s businesses. While organizations are appreciating the significance of DX much more adequately than ever before, it’s very often that they perceive such initiatives mostly about technology while overlooking digital readiness.
GREEN TECH (abbreviation of green technology) is an umbrella term that represents the category of technologies that serve the ultimate goal of reducing or reversing negative human impacts on the natural environment. The term green tech is often used interchangeably with “clean tech” or “environmental technology”.
Many startups failed because they were so excited about their initial idea that they overestimated its potential, thus rushing into development without sufficient considerations, preparations, in other words, inadequate product discovery.
Within just a few months, the COVID-19 pandemic had been dramatically changing the way companies, from SMEs to conglomerates, leverage technology to do business. Indeed, the crisis has brought about unprecedented challenges, along with new opportunities, most remarkably people’s increased comfort and appreciation towards digital experience. These changes are all in all picking up the […]
As such, digital transformation is no longer a luxury for only big corps or tech startups but has become a necessity for today’s businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Today’s organizations have almost stopped asking “Should or shouldn’t we have a go for digital transformation (DX)?”. What is for discussion now is rather: “Which approach is the best for our digital transformation solutions?” As for some businesses, this is not kind of decisions to make annually but rather quarterly or even monthly, CEOs find […]