The proceeding digitalization is causing branches and markets to change rapidly. Each company, no matter what branch or whether the company is small or large, is giving strategic thoughts to who the customers are today and who will be the customers tomorrow as well as who the competition is today and will be the competition tomorrow. Often the competition is not even from the direct market environment, but from a totally different area.
Enterprise Information Management (EIM) has evolved over the past decade and is an accustomed component of every enterprise. It is seen by many in our ever-changing and fast developing IT world as a slow moving heavy dinosaur, based on on-premise solutions.
By Jonathan Ebsworth, global head of Enterprise Solutions & Systems Integration, CSC Now more than ever, the cloud is empowering enterprises by accelerating innovation, delivering business agility and reducing costs. That’s why a cloud infrastructure is a vital part of many application modernization efforts.
Today many enterprises struggle to cope with fast changing market conditions, new and disruptive technology trends and competition from younger and more agile companies. This new era dramatically changes the business’s expectations for IT.
Just as new manufacturing techniques and technology innovations led to the industrial revolution a century ago, the automotive industry is again experiencing dramatic shifts in its core business model. Technology-led advances are transforming not only the vehicle itself but also the way it is developed, produced, sold and serviced — to serve changing customer preferences in an ever more competitive world.