Making a success of digital is proving complex
Together we can move your corporate services to the digital frontline.
When you combine the agility of the cloud with leading business practices in Finance, Procurement, HR, IT and Risk, you can improve customer experience and drive enterprise performance. This is the inside story of digital transformation that prepares you for whatever comes next.
The CIOs role continues to change as organisations themselves are forced to transform. Traditional focus areas like data privacy and security are more important than ever but in order to remain competitive, IT leaders must turn the risks associated with utilising customer data into enablers for driving new revenue growth. Indeed the report shows that those managing the balance most effectively, with the customer at the heart of their digital strategy, are significantly more profitable.
While making a success of digital is proving tough, and hampered by an ongoing skills shortage, successful IT leaders are proving resilient and adaptable, and the CIO remains vital in helping their organisation navigate a digital future.
Making a success of digital is proving complex
Chief Data Officers are proving their worth
Only a fifth of respondents feel well prepared for a cyber attack
Big data and analytics remains the number 1 skill in short supply
Transformation story: Coca-Cola Enterprises* refreshed their approach to performance reporting to bring renewed gains to business performance and achieve cost savings running into the millions.Read the story
A new cloud-based ERP solution has revolutionised TGI Fridays’ finance systems and established a single, flexible platform for the future, helping them to serve their customers more efficiently.Read the story
Done well, with a strong focus on the people agenda, intelligent automation will be a source of competitive advantage. But the arrival of these new technologies is creating ‘automation anxiety’ in some organisations; creating a barrier to their adoption and impacting their success. What can HR leaders do to prevent this?
This webinar covers;
As AI begins to disrupt industries, sectors, and enterprises alike, the question being asked is not only what the jobs of the future will look like, but what skills will be needed to carry them out? Our collaborative report on the importance of ‘learning to learn’ in a world of artificial intelligence.Read the report
In the race to harness emerging technologies and to innovate across business models, products, services and customer engagement, it's easy to forget about governance. This report looks at the unique characteristics of new technologies through a lens to view risk and cost management.Download the report
A practical, five-step process for renegotiating your BPO contract to accelerate your automation journey.Download the report
Report: Looking for a smarter approach to workforce planning? With robotics and artificial intelligence transforming the workplace, analysing supply and demand over 3–5 years doesn’t make sense. HR leaders need to find a more flexible approach to workforce shaping.Read the report
Head of Cloud Transformation and Powered Enterprise
Patrick specialises in helping large companies implement back-office transformations enabled by a cloud-based solutions to accelerate transformation, deliver speed-to-value and ensure continuous process improvements.Read bio
Partner, Head of People and Change
Mark is a Lead Partner within our People Practice – People Powered Performance – which advises our clients on workforce and HR solutions to address their key people and talent issues and drive business performance. Mark leads some of the largest workforce and HR transformation programmes for these clients in the UK and globally.Read bio
Partner and UK Head of Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)
Svilena leads client transformations, focusing on the feasibility, design and implementation of Centres of Expertise for management reporting, planning and analytics. She also leads the design and implementation of new operating models for Finance, as well as defining and embedding business partnering roles in Finance.Read bio
Partner, Lead for Global Business Services
Joanna has a substantive track record of working with large–scale multinational organisations to drive transformational change across a number of industries and functions. She specialises in operating model transformation programmes and is a recognised expert in GBS, shared services and outsourcing.Read bio
Partner, IT Advisory
Phil is a banking tech partner and leads the UK CIO Advisory practice. He has been with KPMG for 6 years, and has 23 years of IT consulting experience gained through advising banking and insurance clients. Phil provides client side advice to CIOs and IT leaders, across IT strategy, sourcing, service management, architecture and transformation.Read bio