Business and IT Transformation Hub
Beyond B2B, A Digital Reality Check is your resource where you can read, comment and contribute to thought-provoking discussions that will inspire you to achieve digitization.
How Not to Lose Customer Confidence
Imagine you are traveling in Europe and want to use your credit card to pay for a big hotel bill.
Thoughts on the Asda/Sainsbury’s Merger
Combining Asda’s and Sainsbury’s businesses can have massive risks from a technology perspective - but it is also a key area where savings can be made.
How to Lead your SAP Project to Success
Not every SAP project leads to success, so maybe you would like to learn from others how to avoid common pitfalls?
How to Plan for Profitability in Energy
In this world of volatile oil prices, energy companies are focusing more than ever on managing their profitability.
Process Mining helps to Optimize Efficiency
This is the year you will offer a better customer response, reduce operational costs and become more efficient.
Five Rocking Predictions for Business Transformation
Let’s state the obvious - business processes are the lifeblood and backbone of a business. So, in 2018 and beyond, businesses will get serious about digital transformation;...
Digitalization Brings Artistry to IT
Oh, digital is fun! It brings so much more artistry into the realm of IT. Take SAFe (Scalable Agile Framework) as an example. SAFe has “strategic themes” instead of just straight ol’...
Throw Everything You’ve Got at GDPR
A previous posting in our series of articles on the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) asserted that – more than anything - GDPR is a business problem.
Digitalization: Nothing Comes from Nothing
While listening to a colleague go on about the effort that needs to go into cutting IT operations spending to increase budget for digitalization projects, Julie Andrews came to mind.
In Defense of Complexity
As the singer Boots Electric sings: “It’s so easy without complexity.” Well thank you, Boots, for stating the obvious, but it ain’t gonna happen; at least not in IT.
Think Fast, Then Slow: Duality Defines our World
In his book, “Thinking, Fast and Slow”, Daniel Kahnemann describes two types of thinking.