The broad range of changes that must be made in an attempt to refine organisational systems makes it almost impossible to measure digital transformation. If your company is planning digital transformation or has already started the process, it will be important to understand how fast the process is progressing. Additionally, you need to understand the kind of impact that the changes have in your organisation. Are they negative or positive?
It is vital to consider how the changes that have been introduced are affecting the bottom line. It’s granted, it is not possible to measure two companies in the same manner. But there are tell-tale signs that can provide a hint on the whether the digital transformation process is on the right path.
Slower Reliance on Legacy Systems Late in Your Digital Transformation Process
Are you still reliant on the company core low-code systems when performing day-to-day tasks yet the digital transformation plans have already been kick-started? Certain companies choose to retain the old legacy systems in a bid to save time, while still tracking the new software. But this can lead to the systems becoming slow, which will then complicate the true purpose of digital transformation.
Just because you are updating your systems …