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Digitale Transformation

Messbare Ergebnisse statt Buzzword-Blasen: Substanz schlägt Schlagworte

Handlungsfelder

Innovationskraft & Wachstum

Transformieren Sie Ihr Unternehmen: Fördern Sie nachhaltiges Wachstum durch Geschäftsmodell-Innovation, Prozessdigitalisierung und strategische Planung. Sichern Sie Ihre technologische Zukunftsfähigkeit und stärken Sie Ihre Marktposition.

Innovation von Geschäftsmodellen

Neue Märkte, neue Kunden, neue Kundenbedürfnisse –  Wachstum erfordert, dass sich Unternehmen neu erfinden und in der Lage sind, organisatorisch und technologisch zu skalieren.

Change Management &
kultureller Wandel

Veränderung schmerzt. Die Bereitschaft und -fähigkeit dazu entstehen nicht im luftleeren Raum. Menschen wollen mitgenommen und eine positive Kultur des Lernens gestärkt werden.

Prozess-Optimierung & -(Teil)Automatisierung

Digitale Exzellenz und nachhaltiges Produktivitätswachstum entstehen aus der Synthese von Fach- und IT-Kompetenz gepaart mit konzeptioneller Stärke aus dem Produktbereich. 

Big Data & Künstliche Intelligenz (AI) 

Die Nutzung von Daten und Förderung fortschrittlicher Analysefähigkeiten sind ein Kernbereich digitalen Handelns. Der fachkundige Einsatz von Big Data und KI sorgt für mehr betrieblichen Effizienz und des Marktwissens.

Capability-Based Planning 

Richten Sie Ihre Kernkompetenzen und Ihre IT-Architektur optimal auf Ihre Geschäftsziele aus und stellen Sie die technologische Zukunftsfähigkeit sicher.

Sicherheit & Architekturmanagement

Schützen Sie Ihre wertvollsten Assets durch fortschrittliches Sicherheits- und Architekturmanagement. Bauen Sie eine robuste Infrastruktur auf, die gegen die Bedrohungen von heute gewappnet ist.

Planbares und skalierbares Wachstum entsteht durch die intelligente Vernetzung von Menschen, Daten und Prozessen

Kundenzentrierung

Durch den klaren Fokus auf die Bedürfnisse und Erwartungen Ihrer Kunden, schaffen wir einzigartige Wertangebote, die die Kundenzufriedenheit und -bindung erhöhen.

Datenintelligenz

Fortschrittliche Datenanalysen, für Einblicke in Kundenverhalten und Markttrends. Für die präzise Entwicklung neuer Produkte und Dienstleistungen, die den Kundenbedürfnissen entsprechen und das Wachstum fördern.

Innovationskultur

Eine Kultur der kontinuierlichen Optimierung und der digitalen Exzellenz steigert das Engagement Ihrer Mitarbeitenden. So erkennen Sie Markttrends frühzeitig und können innovative Lösungen anbieten, die den Kundenerwartungen voraus sind.

Automatisierung

Automatisierungen steigern die Effizienz und eliminieren Routinetätigkeiten. Das schafft Raum für echte menschliche Produktivität und lindert den allseits spürbaren Druck des Fachkräftemangels.

Johannes Humbert

In der Ära der Digitalisierung ist es nicht genug, nur mit dem Strom zu schwimmen. Erfolgreiche Unternehmen, müssen den Fluss umleiten.

Johannes Humbert, Managing Partner & CEO

Schwerpunkte

Innovation

Die Digitalisierung verlangt neben Kompetenz und Erfahrung auch Handlungsstärke und Schnelligkeit

Wir erfassen die Dynamik des digitalen Wandels und setzen konsequent auf innovative Lösungen, um Ihr Unternehmen an die Spitze zu bringen. Mit unserer umfassenden Erfahrung in der Entwicklung maßgeschneiderter digitaler Strategien stellen wir sicher, dass Ihr Weg nicht nur einzigartig, sondern auch zukunftsweisend ist. Dabei optimieren wir Ihre internen Prozesse und revolutionieren das Kundenerlebnis. Nehmen Sie mit uns die Zügel Ihrer digitalen Transformation in die Hand und sichern Sie sich Ihren Platz an der Spitze - heute und in Zukunft.

  • What is a digital strategy?
    A digital strategy is a planning framework that defines how an organization will use digital technologies to address business challenges, achieve goals, and secure competitive advantage. At its core, it is about strategically managing the digital transformation of the business by determining which digital channels, tools, and technologies will be used to increase efficiency, improve customer relationships, and enter new markets or opportunities. An effective digital strategy considers multiple aspects of the business, including marketing, sales, customer service, and internal processes. It involves analyzing the current digital presence, setting goals, and developing actions to achieve those goals through the use of digital technologies. Data analysis, customer understanding, and market trends play an important role in ensuring that the strategy is both reactive and proactive. In short, a digital strategy serves as a guide for companies in the digital landscape, helps prioritize technology investments, and defines clear actions to successfully implement digital initiatives and ensure long-term business success.
  • Why is a digital strategy important to my business?
    A digital strategy is critical for any business, as it provides the framework for success in today's fast-paced, technology-driven world. Here are the top reasons why a digital strategy is essential: Competitive Advantage: A well-thought-out digital strategy allows your company to differentiate itself from the competition. By leveraging innovative technologies and digital channels, you can create unique customer experiences that differentiate your brand. Customer Loyalty: A digital strategy helps you be where your customers are - online. By optimizing your online presence and using digital marketing techniques, you can communicate more effectively with your target audience and increase customer loyalty. Increased efficiency: Digital tools and technologies can automate and streamline business processes. This leads to greater efficiency, cost savings, and improved business performance. Data-driven decisions: A digital strategy is the foundation for a data-driven culture. By collecting and analyzing data, you can make more informed decisions that drive growth for your business. Adaptability: The digital landscape is ever-changing. With a robust digital strategy in place, your company can respond quickly to market changes, technological developments, and new competitive dynamics. Future-proofing: Digital transformation makes your business fit for the future. By integrating digital trends and technologies into your strategy, you can ensure the long-term growth and success of your business. Achieve business goals: A digital strategy directly supports the achievement of your business goals. It provides a clear plan for how digital initiatives can contribute to increased revenue, market expansion, and customer satisfaction. In short, a digital strategy is not just important, it is essential for companies that want to succeed in the modern economy. It enables companies to be proactive rather than reactive to change, and ensures that they remain relevant in an increasingly digital world.
  • How do I begin to develop a digital strategy?
    Developing a digital strategy is a critical step for organizations to succeed in today's digital world. A digital strategy defines how an organization can use digital technologies to achieve its business goals and gain a competitive advantage. Here are the basic steps for developing a digital strategy: Define business goals: First, clearly define what your organization wants to achieve. These goals should be measurable and serve as the foundation for your digital strategy. Consider how digital technologies can help you achieve these goals. Conduct a baseline analysis: Assess your organization's current level of digital maturity. This includes evaluating existing technologies, digital skills, processes, and culture. Identify areas where your company is doing well and areas where improvement is needed. Market and Competitive Analysis: Study the marketplace and your competitors. Find out how other companies are using digital technologies and identify trends and best practices in your industry. This can help you identify opportunities and threats. Understand your audience: Identify your key audiences and understand their needs, behaviors, and preferences so you can develop digital initiatives that are tailored to your customers and deliver value. Select Digital Initiatives and Technologies: Based on the previous steps, select specific digital initiatives and technologies that support your business goals. This may include implementing new systems, improving existing processes, or developing new digital offerings. Develop a roadmap: Create a roadmap that shows how and when you will implement your digital initiatives. Prioritize projects based on their potential impact on your business goals and the resources required. Establish metrics and KPIs: Define clear metrics and key performance indicators (KPIs) to monitor the success of your digital strategy. This will help you measure progress, adjust strategy, and evaluate ROI. Implement and adapt: Begin implementing your digital initiatives. Be prepared to make adjustments based on feedback, performance data, and changing market conditions. Cultivate culture and skills: Successful digital transformation often requires cultural change and the development of new skills. Invest in training and foster a culture of innovation and agility. Engage stakeholders: Ensure that all relevant stakeholders, including executives, employees, and customers, are involved in the digital strategy development process and that their needs and expectations are taken into account. Developing a digital strategy is an ongoing process that requires regular review and adjustment to respond to new technologies, market changes, and business needs.
  • How do you measure the success of your digital strategy?
    The success of a digital strategy is determined by effectively measuring and analyzing key performance indicators (KPIs) that are aligned with the specific goals and initiatives of your digital strategy. Here are the basic steps and criteria for measuring success: Set Goals: Define clear, measurable goals you want to achieve with your digital strategy. These goals could be increased sales, improved customer retention, increased website visits, or increased brand awareness. Select relevant KPIs: Choose KPIs that are directly related to your goals. For example, conversion rate, number of new customers acquired through digital channels, average time spent on website, or number of social media shares and likes. Analyze data: Use analytics tools to collect and analyze data. Digital analytics platforms provide deep insights into the behaviors and preferences of your target audience, as well as the performance of your digital content and campaigns. Benchmarking: Compare your performance against industry benchmarks or your own historical data to measure progress and identify areas for improvement. Adaptation and optimization: Based on the insights you gain, adjust your digital strategy and tactics to continuously improve performance. This can include fine-tuning campaigns, retargeting content, or adjusting the way you engage customers. Reporting: Produce regular reports that not only present key performance indicators but also provide insights and recommendations for management and stakeholders. Customer feedback: Consider customer feedback and customer interactions as qualitative indicators of the success of your digital strategy. Customer satisfaction and customer loyalty provide valuable information about the effectiveness of your digital initiatives. By following these steps and focusing on data-driven decisions, you can measure the success of your digital strategy and ensure that it is helping to achieve your business goals.
  • How does my digital strategy stay relevant in a rapidly changing technology marketplace?
    To keep your digital strategy current in an ever-changing technology market, it's critical to build flexibility and agility into the planning and implementation process. Here are some best practices to ensure your digital strategy stays current: Continually monitor the market: Stay on top of the latest technology trends, industry news, and competitive activity. Subscribe to trade publications, follow relevant blogs, and attend industry conferences. Review and adjust regularly: Set regular intervals to review and adjust your digital strategy in light of new technology developments, changing customer needs, and stakeholder feedback. Experiment and learn: Foster a culture of experimentation by testing new technologies, tools, and methodologies. Use pilots to evaluate the effectiveness of new approaches before rolling them out on a larger scale. Make data-driven decisions: Use data and analytics to gain insight into the performance of your digital initiatives. This will help you make informed decisions about necessary adjustments or innovations. Involve experts: Bring in outside consultants or industry experts to bring fresh perspectives and expertise to your strategy process. This can be especially valuable in identifying blind spots and exploring innovative solutions. Train and develop employees: Invest in employee training to ensure your team has the skills and knowledge to effectively use new technologies and implement digital projects. Adopt agile methods: Implement agile work practices in your digital projects to increase flexibility and respond quickly to change. Agile methods allow you to work in iterative cycles, which promotes continuous improvement and adaptation of your strategy. Incorporate customer feedback: Use customer feedback as a valuable source of information to refine your digital strategy and ensure that it meets the needs and expectations of your target audience. By adopting these approaches, you can ensure that your digital strategy not only stays current, but also enables your organization to proactively respond to changes and opportunities in the technology marketplace.
  • How do you integrate new technologies into an existing digital strategy?
    Integrating new technologies into an existing digital strategy is a critical step in securing competitive advantage and keeping pace with digital transformation. Here are some steps to help you successfully adopt new technologies: Evaluate and select: Start with a thorough evaluation of the new technology to ensure it meets your business needs and aligns with your strategic goals. Consider potential value, cost, implementation time, and compatibility with existing systems. Pilot: Initiate a pilot or feasibility study to test the new technology on a small scale. This allows you to evaluate the impact and potential of the technology without making a full commitment or investing significant resources. Stakeholder engagement: Engage key stakeholders and end users early on. Gather feedback and address their needs and concerns to build buy-in and support for technology integration. Training and development: Develop training programs to ensure that your employees have the skills and knowledge to use the new technology effectively. Employee competency is critical to the successful adoption and use of new technologies. Digital roadmap integration: Integrate the technology into your digital roadmap, including specific goals, timelines, and responsibilities. Ensure that the implementation of the new technology is aligned with other digital initiatives and goals. Data and system security: Consider privacy and security issues when implementing new technologies. Ensure that the technology complies with applicable privacy laws and that your data is secure. Measure and adjust: Define KPIs to measure the performance of the new technology. Use the data collected to evaluate the implementation and make adjustments as needed to maximize effectiveness and efficiency. Continuous improvement: View the integration of new technologies as a continuous process. Stay open to future adjustments and improvements to ensure that your digital strategy remains dynamic and keeps pace with technological developments. By following these steps, you can seamlessly integrate new technologies into your existing digital strategy and ensure that your business is positioned to benefit from the latest digital innovations.
  • How does a digital strategy adapt to different company sizes?
    A digital strategy must be flexible and scalable to meet the specific needs and resources of organizations of different sizes. Here are some approaches to customizing a digital strategy: Goals and priorities: Smaller companies may focus on quick wins and immediate revenue impact, while larger companies may seek long-term transformation and market leadership. Goals should reflect the size of the business, the availability of resources, and the market. Resource allocation: Small businesses often have limited resources and need to use them efficiently. A digital strategy for smaller businesses might focus on low-cost solutions and tools that provide immediate ROI. Larger companies can plan a more comprehensive digital transformation with larger budgets and dedicated teams. Technology Selection: Technology choices should be based on the size of the business, existing systems, and IT infrastructure. While smaller companies may prefer cloud-based solutions that offer scalability and flexibility, larger companies may invest in custom solutions or large-scale ERP systems. Implementation approach: Smaller companies may prefer agile and iterative approaches to implementing digital initiatives that allow for quick adjustments and low risk. Larger companies may opt for a more structured approach that includes comprehensive planning, stakeholder engagement, and detailed roadmaps. Measure and scale: Performance measurement should be scaled to the size of the organization. Smaller companies can focus on core metrics directly related to business growth, while larger companies can implement complex analytics and metrics across multiple departments and initiatives. Cultural alignment: Digital culture and employee engagement must reflect the size of the organization. Smaller companies often have the agility to quickly foster a digital culture, while larger organizations may require more extensive change management and training programs. By addressing these issues, a digital strategy can be effectively tailored to the specific needs and capabilities of organizations of different sizes to achieve digital goals and ensure sustainable success.
Johannes Humbert

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Johannes Humbert, Managing Partner & CEO

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