This IDC study is designed for IT buyers, business leaders, IT executives, and their teams who are responsible for the creation and delivery of business capabilities. This study presents the APEJ results of IDC's 2017 Digital Transformation MaturityScape Benchmark Survey and provides comparisons between the previous and latest benchmarks. It should be viewed as a supplement to IDC MaturityScape: Digital Transformation 1.0 (IDC #254721, March 2015). Together, these research documents provide a comprehensive overview of IDC's digital transformation maturity model. This document answers the following questions:
"DX is no longer a question to Asia/Pacific organizations. However, despite progress and early success, many organizations are stuck in their DX journeys. To make the leap forward, organizations must establish new metrics, realign organization structures, rearchitect their technology platform, and develop digital capabilities," said Daniel-Zoe Jimenez, research director, Digital Transformation Practice Lead APEJ.
"APEJ's heterogeneity is both a challenge and an opportunity. Leading organizations reimagine possibilities to overcome unique local constraints," said Lawrence Cheok, senior research manager, Digital Commerce, DX Practice APEJ. "Enterprisewide DX proliferation requires such visions as the guiding light to keep the ship steering in the right direction."