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The first step is always the most difficult, this is certainly the case when establishing your enterprise’s first digital business practice. The thought of starting from scratch without any structured processes on which to build digital capabilities or develop digital products and services is a very daunting and risk-laden endeavor.

Taking a first principles stance on the successful transformation into a digital enterprise involves answering these three questions: Why? What? And How? These three simple questions point the way forward. It’s important to take this stance as it helps to move aside buzzwords and catchphrases like Industry 4.0 etc.

Now to answer these questions most consulting firms will provide a methodology or approach around Digital Transformation. However, we believe prescribing a specific methodology or approach is fool’s gold. Even if the approach is a good one and followed to a T, it’s unlikely any enterprise would have the intended results. Why? Because methods are situational. Each enterprise is unique with its own dynamics and underlying processes, organization, people and products. Those dynamics have an oversized influence on the enterprise’s overall success.

Our approach is rooted in Digital Transformation principles which we customize for each engagement and therefore find the right answers for your enterprise’s responses to the three questions of Why? What? And How?

We serve as your co-pilot on the journey from your first Digital Practice all the way to becoming a Fully Digital Enterprise.


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Digital Transformation Specialist

Kori Needham

VP of Business Development- Managed Enablement Services

My Technology Perspective

Kori is an experienced Business Development and Technical Sales Enablement leader skilled in empowering C-level executives to leverage industry-leading transformative technologies in order to achieve their expected business outcomes.  He excels at helping key stakeholders to fine tune their tactical and strategic objectives in order figure out which relevant technical solutions are required to achieve the intended business results. 

Digital Transformation Specialist

Kimberly Watson

Director of Development and Programs

My Technology Perspective

Kimberly has been programming and database-ing since the days (and nights) of Skittles and Jolt Cola. After years helming her own business developing technical software, her focus shifted to technical training and content development to help learners quickly adapt to an increasingly digital world.

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Resources | Insights

Digital Transformation Inc becomes Fast Lane Digital

Chuck Terrien

When we created Digital Transformation Inc. (DTI) two years ago we were in the process of our own digital transformation.

Jun 07, 2018

Why are all the horses in the barn?

Rob Batten

Why are all the horses in the barn? I use this phrase often when working with sales management during transformational engagements.

Apr 11, 2018