At the disruption era, Large Enterprises are highly interested to establish a digitally collaborative culture, towards information and process monitoring that brings harmony. Controlling the information flow is a key prerequisite to drive growth within -often labyrinthine- large multinational organizations. It can be the difference maker for business success during the change that occurs when new digital technologies and business models affect the value proposition of existing goods and services.
Being an agile Organization is not a simple case, often requires unbiased evaluation from technology consultants regarding Business Automation software selection. Bridging the gap between IT and Business, especially when it comes to large organization’s responsiveness to flexibility and mobility, is an upwind route with a dilemma of how fast you can go vs how close to the destination you can go. Inevitable, streamlining information requires bundling of different platforms, from different departments, often from different companies within the same Group.According to the latest research by eDSG (2015), Global 1000 enterprises are in continuous effort to improve their IT Automation and IT Operation Analytics.
- 93% of Global 1000 Enterprises have little to no technology solutions that enable them to truly monitor, analyze and automate business processes enterprise wide.
- 97% have no technology solutions to automate Information Governance policies.
- 78% don’t have a single integrated view or control over all IT Operations.
- 87% have little to no technology solutions that enable their organizations to integrate ITOA and IT Automation between legacy systems that reside behind the firewall and cloud based systems.
Today, Business Management platforms offering grown to cover increased demand for information governance within Large Enterprises, enabling business process monitoring, analysis and automation, with proportional flexibility to follow upscaling or periodic downsizing.
Going a step further, getting a business software in not panacea and there is a lot more needed, considering the increased demand for in-house software and applications development. There has to be an extended capability in the means provided to Enterprises, such as an integrated environment to develop multi-developer, multi-customer, multi-user, multi-session and multi-device open applications for the Cloud.
Conclusive, there are clearly quantifiable benefits of turning digital disruption as a competitive advantage for Large Enterprises, in terms of agility, flexibility and mobility. However, going upwind the digital disruption requires a clear-cut IT strategy, trustful partners and the appropriate tools to reach the destination, a truly digital collaborative Enterprise in terms of Business Automation in the daily run.