One of the ultimate goals of any business organization is to find newer and more scalable ways of achieving set objectives. This orientation propels the drive towards increased efficiency and lays the groundwork for heightened productivity. Two decades ago and the best way of going about this was to manipulate and tweak relevant factors of production into a business-specific fit.

The game plan was relatively easy to orchestrate; cut corners where corners needed to be cut, leverage on the core efficiencies of your organizational framework and emphasize consumer satisfaction over every other performance index. Today, however, on the backdrop of the lighting-paced advancement of technology, the trail to optimal business productivity and efficiencies is lined by applications of innovative technologies summarily called Digital Transformation.

Very unlike the traditional determinants of efficiency and organizational productivity, Digital Transformation provides a scalable, genuinely potent and high yield springboard for leapfrogging barriers to innovation and organizational success. It is the 21st-century octane boost to operational efficiency, and it is unsurprising to see a multitude of the world’s tech-oriented businesses hitching on to the digital transformation train.