Part of the Pearson Digital Enterprise Series from Thomas Erl, in this book on digital transformation, Thomas Erl and Roger Stoffers combine to provide coverage of essential digital transformation concepts, practices, and technologies in the format of a plain-English tutorial written for IT professionals, students, or decision-makers. With more than 160 diagrams, this guide provides a highly visual exploration of what digital transformation is, how it works, and the techniques and technologies required to successfully build modern-day digital transformation solutions
Author: Thomas Erl and Roger Stoffers
Date: December 2021
Category: Theory & Techniques
- Discover what digital transformation is, why it emerged and when to apply it
- Identify the significant business benefits that successful digital transformations can deliver and how to turn your organization into a “disruptive” force
- Prepare for and overcome the common challenges associated with digital transformation initiatives
- Understand the data-driven nature of digital transformation solutions and how they use and continually accumulate data intelligence
- Understand how digital transformation solutions can utilize AI technology for intelligent automated decision-making
- Gain insight into customer-centricity and how its practices are applied as part of digital transformations
- Explore key digital transformation automation technologies, such as Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain. and Cloud Computing
- Explore key digital transformation data science technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, and Big Data Analysis and Analytics
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