Digital transformation isn’t about technology. It’s about customer behavior and preferences driving interactions with businesses. As a result, enterprise digital efforts must connect the customer to the technology resources in the organization — not simply the customer-facing elements, but all the way to the systems of record that run the business.
The challenge for many organizations is how to remain innovative in such a complex, dynamic environment. Digital transformation experts Jason Bloomberg, President of Intellyx, and Charles Araujo, Principal Analyst, have the answer – rethinking the organizational principles that drive digital innovation.
This reorganization will change how the enterprise leverages its Information Technology (IT). “The modern enterprise runs on its technology infrastructure,” explains Bloomberg. “And yet, for most organizations, the digital effort and ‘traditional’ IT don’t see eye-to-eye. The good news: we can fix that problem.”
Given the furious rate of change in the technology landscape, as the overlapping forces of cloud computing, big data, and mobile technologies transform the playing field, it is absolutely essential for today’s business executives to understand how to connect the dots between customer demands and technology capabilities.
Bring either Jason Bloomberg or Charles Araujo into your organization or conference for a thought-provoking, provocative keynote. They are adept at speaking to general business audiences, technology-savvy business audiences, and technical audiences.
Intellyx’s analysts have spent their decades-long careers at the intersection of business and technology. They have spoken at hundreds of conferences, as well as on numerous webinars, podcasts, and video presentations. They are especially adept at placing complex technology concepts into a clear business context that educates and informs without condescension.
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I found your article on Forbes: Is Enterprise Architecture Completely Broken? - and I kept saying out loud, 'exactly!' all through it. And then went on a binge through all of your articles. Thanks so much!!!
What I appreciated most was that you not only share some of our contrarian view of the enterprise IT market, but take a similar stance to evolving what it means to be an analyst. Your sharp, and personal perspective, wealth of experience, and clear presentation style made our team think, stretch, and actively engage in conversation.
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Jason, I already have your brilliantly written and insightful book. You are a breath of fresh air in a fog of vendor misdirection!
Thanks Jason. We appreciate your depth of knowledge and your obvious goal of gaining real understanding before reporting. I think it's a solid article that adds to the state of the art.
Your enthusiasm and expertise were ingredients in this being the best opening session, and best overall conference, we have had.
The training Jason provided was the best spend of training dollars I have ever used. Not only was the course material excellent, but Jason is extremely knowledgeable and a gifted speaker/teacher.
I appreciate a lot that you kept the course vendor independent and stressed the architecture rather than the technology. That was the most valuable lesson that I took away from the course, which one should apply broadly in our industry.
Just a quick e-mail to say how much I enjoyed last week’s seminar. Starting from a baseline of not a great deal of technical knowledge in this field, I had been a little daunted when it became apparent that I was the only ‘honorary’ architect in a group of ACTUAL architects but I needn’t have feared too much. So thank you for dispelling myths, imparting wisdom and for delivering the material in a way that was understood by techies and mere mortals alike!
I’ve always judged teachers and instructors by their ability to speak in complete sentences. Mr. Bloomberg was outstanding. His knowledge of the industry was impressive.