TECH BUYER Nov 2017 - IDC Perspective - Doc # US43195117
How the Digital-Native Enterprise Is Winning the Future, Now
By: Mike RosenAdjunct Research Advisor, Sandra NgGroup Vice President, Practice Group, IDC Asia/Pacific, Joseph C. PucciarelliGroup Vice President & IT Executive Advisor, Robert ParkerSenior Vice President, Enterprise Applications, Data Intelligence, Services, and Industry Research, Serge FindlingVice President of Research, Digital Transformation, Michael Versace, Leslie HandVice President, IDC Retail Insights, Kevin ProutyGroup Vice President, Energy and Manufacturing Insights, Rebecca SegalGroup Vice President, Worldwide Services, Marianne KoldingVice President, European Core Research Excellence Leader, European Skills Practice, Cushing AndersonProgram Vice President, IT Education and Certification
This IDC Perspective illustrates what a digital-native enterprise looks like and can achieve when it has "digital" ingrained in the most important aspects of its culture and business. Digital transformation has progressed to where it is now an existential concern for many enterprises. Growing organizations strive to become "digital native" in the way they think, what they produce, and how they operate. Yet many organizations have difficulty in imagining what the new digital future could be.
"The digital-native enterprise is able to scale its business and innovate at a pace that is an order of magnitude greater than traditional businesses. Technology and data, built on an advanced digital business platform, fuel more efficient operations, new revenue streams, and customer loyalty," says Mike Rosen, research vice president at IDC. "DNEs exemplify three core principles: Information and how it is used are key to success. Consumer engagement and scale is mandatory. And, ecosystems and platforms are as important as core IP."
DevOps strategies, Digital transformation strategies, Enterprise infrastructure, IT talent and skills management, Information and data management, Information transformation, Innovation strategies, Leadership transformation, Omni-experience transformation, Operating model transformation, Sales operations, Services transformation, Strategic architecture, Technology buyer, WorkSource transformation