- In this webinar, Jeffri Shapiro, Account Director at White Clarke Group, covers what the opportunities, pain points and must do’s are for successfully introducing the next operating model for the digital transformation
- The future operating model for digital transformation has the potential to bring significant improvements in both performance and client satisfaction.
The future operating model for digital transformation has the potential to bring significant improvements in performance and client satisfaction if it is rooted in a realistic view of a company’s or organization’s current operations.
When looking at a Target Operating Model for automotive, equipment or asset finance, you need to ensure a proper baseline analysis is in place. There can be no assumptions around the opportunity environment and pain points that you might encounter, and it must be grounded in the reality of what the software can do. One of the most important things to consider is that the target operating model is implementable and not just theoretical.
In this video, Jeffri Shapiro, Account Director at White Clarke Group, discusses how changes in business processes and models have to work together, in order to show improvements in performance and client satisfaction.
The webinar draws on White Clarke Group’s experience in supporting a variety of organizations to achieve digital transformation and provides a practical guide to understanding what needs to be transformed and the components of a digital Target Operating Model.
Shapiro said: “Conducting a baseline analysis, accurately identifying the pain points and the opportunities for future transformation are prerequisites to a successful and demonstrable benefit achievement and return on investment”.
Watch the full video above to learn what the “Must Do’s” are for success.