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How 9 CRM Experts Define Digital Transformation

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Digital transformation happens when up-to-date technology is applied to your best business practices. The sum is greater than the parts in that you’ll realize the ROI and potential of your technology while making your business processes more efficient and effective. It’s a win-win for you.

Think of all the advancements and changes that have come about in the digital era.  Where might they take your business in the future?

To help you see the possibilities of digital transformation, members of the ERP/CRM/ ERP Cloud Software blogs, have compiled a white paper: What the Heck is Digital Transformation and What Does It Mean for Your Business? The white paper presents ideas to help you think in new directions about how to use your business software to achieve greater results.

Businesses vary, so we asked our team of 29 contributors, experts in the field of digital transformation, to present real-life scenarios in which digital transformation has significantly benefitted their clients. You’ll read accounts of companies that were able to:

Rediscover customer engagement

Connect without boundaries

Optimize operations

Modernize service delivery

Reinvent business models

Support data-driven decisions

Reimagine business systems

Contributors to the white paper work with the processes and systems every day. They know what they are talking about and would like to share their ideas with you.

We’d like to thank the following 9 members of the CRM Software Blog who have helped to make this white paper a truly valuable resource.

Beringer Technology Group

Crowe Horwath

Dynamics Objects

encloud 9 LLC

FieldBoss

Magenium Solutions

Preact CRM

Rocton Software

ScienceSoft USA Corporation

 

 

Download the white paper: What the Heck is Digital Transformation and What Does It Mean for Your Business?

By CRM Software Blog writer www.crmsoftwareblog.com

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