Digital Transformation

Digital transformation doesn’t only mean the integration of some digital technologies, but also a more throughout shift of your business. You will, rather sooner than later, need to rethink some of your business streams, create new ones, and maybe shut down some existing ones. Digital transformation pushes the borders. It is a process, rather than a single jump.


As the first step in the process, you need to know where you are standing now. For instance, you actually may be further down the road than you think. Together, we will have a closer look at your business and technology landscape, existing and emerging competition, and the best practices in the field. Therefore, the goal is not only to analyze the current state but also to spot opportunities and identify the risks. Our multiple-expert team will guide the process.

Setting the goals and strategy

Digital transformation means different things for different companies. If you are a freelance lumberjack, setting a web page and opening an email account might be all you need to do. But for a digital creative agency, digitalization means something else. In fact, setting the right goals and the right strategy is essential to determine the road we will be heading to - in which direction your products, processes, and organization need to go. This can be done as a step-by-step process, but our best practice is to do it in a structured, power-workshop.


Depending on the strategy, this part might take no time, but on the other hand, it might be a process that needs to be embedded in your organization for years. You will love the idea of the MVP - Minimum Viable Product! Whatever we do together - develop a new product, introduce a chatbot you needed so bad, or train your employees how to use a new intranet community, we will follow some good practices: start small, then test, tune and optimize the change and as a final step roll it out to the whole organization. People need time to get used to new things.

Cycling - monitoring and improvement

People change, ideas change, customers evolve. After introducing a new product or service, a new internal tool, or any other piece of digitalization puzzle, it is even more important to keep tracking what this change causes. For example, a new digital product, which you looked forward to so much, might not perform on the market as expected. You need to quantify this and detect it early. Regular monitoring and correction of the change are crucial. Only this way you can steer your digitalization process in the right direction. We will help you manage this tricky part of the process by helping you set the right monitoring processes.

89% of all companies have already adopted a digital-first business strategy or plan to do so.