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UHY has developed a white paper, Digital Transformation, 8 Factors for Achieving Success, to help you accomplish a successful digital transformation in your company through 8 success factors from leadership buy-in and integrated change management to documenting the current state and identifying technology solutions. 67% of the webinar attendees had a failed implementation in the past. Don’t let this happen to you.
Digital transformation is an organization's phased approach to changing its technological landscape to capitalize on newer technologies to improve non-digital operations. From accounting systems to quality assurance tools, companies are leveraging the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to maximize productivity and minimize common errors when conducting manual transactions. However, the transformation path is often easier said than done. Issues during implementation can include lack of functionality, unrealized return on investment, disenfranchised employees and customers, and financial losses.
During the webinar, we explained how to successfully select and implement new technologies to support your business's future growth. Attendees also learned how to build effective project and change management processes to support the efficacy and adoption of the chosen technologies.
If you missed the live event, a recording may be found below.
Cory McNeley | Managing Director | UHY Consulting
Cory McNeley is a Managing Director with UHY Consulting and leader of Technology Innovation, providing digital transformation, digital strategy, technology sourcing, technology automation, and AI & machine learning to strengthen and transform organizations. He specializes in performance improvement in global operations environments within the emergency management, security operations, manufacturing, defense, retail, and service sectors. Cory is an established leader with more than 20 years’ experience in process improvement, regulatory compliance, risk management, P&L management, cost forecasting, and business analysis.