Today business executives are aware of the challenges that the digital era is imposing on their business. This implies rethink their competitive strategies and their impact on the returns of the company. But, to what extent today’s change and progress are being installed?
This is what the study of gA’s digital Transformation Center “Latin America 4.0: the digital transformation in the value chain” has identified.
When we refer to “Digital Business Transformation”, we speak in terms of rethinking production lines from a digital point of view. To pass from digitizing spending on consumption to production scanning. We talk about the real economy. The line between business strategy and today’s digital strategy is grayer, because the competitive strategy is digital.
The real digital strategy is that, through digital technologies all operations of companies are impacted and, therefore, their performance. And, to digitize production is not enough to invest in equipment: it is necessary to change the vision of companies.
Moreover, Latin America is the world’s region most heavily using social networks in relation with Internet penetration. This still falls within the sphere of digitization consumption.
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