The question for organizations isn’t whether to engage with digital change – it’s how.
The pure digital players are increasingly dominating the lucrative business of data in more traditional industries. In this way, they are targeting the strategic control points of the future. This is where our consulting approach to digital transformation comes in. With goetzpartners, you retain control over the design of your digital business model. Our services:
Digital Business Model Creation: Workshop-based approach to apply innovative ways of thinking and improve the effectiveness of business designs and change journeys in larger enterprise transformations in less than four weeks
Digital Readiness Assessment: Structured analysis of operational digitalization capability to increase success rate of business model implementations substantially
Digital Transformation: End-to-end digital transformation approach to speed up innovation and customer responsiveness by 20-50%
Digital Change Program: Preparation, implementation, and post-processing of workshops and communication to reach project goals in half of the planned time (6 instead of 12 months)
Industrial Internet of Things
New business models for industrial companies with a sustainable effect on operating profit: The Internet of Things (IoT) has shifted the basis of competition within industries – away from individual products and services and towards systems comprising networked products. The Internet of Things is also extending the industries themselves, by linking inherent industry systems with industry-related systems.
The best practice analyses showcased in the new goetzpartners "Industrial Internet of Things" study demonstrate that the introduction of Internet-of-Things products and services has a long-term effect on the financial result. IoT services can enable industrial corporations to grow EBIT by as much as 100% in their hardware-based core business and by up to 50% in the service business.
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Digital transformation in the land of poets and thinkers
In terms of digital transformation, Germany is supposedly sluggish, slow and out of date. Other countries are much more advanced, goes the accepted narrative. But some developments are more promising than is commonly thought.
We explore this issue in our online magazine Transformation Beats. The magazine reports on digital business models in practice: entrepreneurs, CxOs and managers experience live how changes are initiated and taken into action.