Digital Transformation – Technology acquisition or more than that?

Digital Transformation – Technology acquisition or more than that

Digital transformation is not just about technology acquisition. Many businesses over-emphasize technology and fail to consider the human factor, the employees, and the shock it may cause to them.

Digital transformation as needs to be understood is, a complete reassessment and overhaul of an organization’s information technology (IT) systems in order to improve the efficiency and delivery in a digital economy.

To start, any successful digital transformation is a combination of,
1. Vision
2. Acceptance and Alignment
3. Understanding the Current condition and To-Be – the Future of transformation
4. Planning and Investment

To put it in perspective, beyond the normal discussion, the broader goals are usually lost in:

1. Discussions about its constituent dimensions – digitization, e-enabling internal processes, document management, mobility, and collaboration among others
2. A listing of exciting business capabilities that could be, or have been achieved in other industries

We can look at three fundamental pillars that can span the entire organization and the complete value chain:

1. Collaborative – Unified consumer and stakeholder experience
2. Insightful – Building better decision-making capabilities to enable personalized experience and result-oriented outcomes
3. Futuristic & Innovative – by being the above two, companies should constantly focus on innovating

These fundamental pillars encapsulate customers (and segments) and stakeholders, channels, product portfolios, business functions, information orchestration, data and analytics, and innovations for the future, thus enabling a birds-eye view of the organization.

These pillars can work well once mapped against three capability stages:

Foundational – Set up for the transformation correctly by getting the basics right
Enable and Scale – Start achieving the business and technology priorities
Innovate – Stay updated with ease and lead with agility

Going back to the starting point, even as you build a vision and execute the roadmap, it is extremely important to have quick wins. These quick wins give you the ability to test waters and adapt to the boundaries as they should be. It is also extremely important to have a group of leaders who can collaborate and engage to bring down these boundaries and champion the change.

NAM has been involved in the entire value chain providing the right manpower who understand the challenges of Transformation at every stage, allowing them to be more realistic and adopt an agile approach to the demands of the businesses.

Webinar Playback: Immigration simplified

A monthly webinar on Immigration was organised by IT Serve Alliance which was held on 2nd April 2021.

Vinay Mahajan, President & CEO, NAM Info Inc., and founder AAONRI. com a South Asian Community portal along with Suresh Kagithapu, President & CEO of Sure Tech Services in conversation with -THOMAS V. ALLEN, Attorney, Law office of Thomas V. Allen, PLLC.

The session focused on immigration landscape during the COVID-19 pandemic and moving forward as the economy recovers, it also focused on practical advice for employers and employees in these uncertain and rapidly changing times.

This Panel reviewed valuable perspectives on legal immigration developments with national implications in 2021 and beyond.

The session covered various aspects of the immigration such as I-485, I-140 Filings, Denials and #Visa Bulletin predictions, it also threw light upon CAP Filing Denials and Re-adjudication. The CEO gave insight on #H1bvisa -B Visa Transfers, REFs& Denials and issues related to the status of OPT/CPT and 

L2/H4 EAD Adjudication Delay. 

Lastly, the panel discussed about the US Consulate Visa appointments & Issuance of 221 (g) etc.

A year like no other

The only thing that is certain about life is “Uncertainty”. This adage has never been true for all humanity as it has been this year. 

For us, at NAM, the year started with enthusiasm and excitement looking forward to a great year. It did start so, with our first quarter turning out to be the best of all time. Then the unexpected happened and hit everyone hard. The next two quarters, though challenging, never sagged the spirit of our team working hard from home in difficult times.

Most were unaffected by the virus while few and family members of few others fought the same to health. We feel for a few who lost their loved ones. While we thought that this year would be a washout, there came hope in the last two months with business opportunities throwing up and many conversions happening.

Every challenge opens new opportunity and making a better tomorrow is what humans strive for. In that spirit, we at NAM, look forward to 2021 with new enthusiasm and excitement to make it a great year for NAM by serving our customers the best, building new partnerships, caring for our people, nurturing existing relationships and venturing into new areas.

Thanks everyone!!