Digital and IT Transformation: A Global View of Trends and Requirements - Research and Markets

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/c5w8sf/digital_and_it) has announced the addition of the "Digital and IT Transformation: A Global View of Trends and Requirements" report to their offering.

The world of IT services and the world of business or organizational services are coming together as never before. This is true both in terms of the magnitude of the impacts on IT culture and organization, and in terms of the variety of ways that IT services, digital services, and business services are becoming a single interconnected continuum. The two key drivers for this transformation are actually intertwined - the fact that digital services are impacting, and in many cases recreating, entire business models is not at all unrelated to the emergence of a new population of consumers that are far more inclined to view digital services as a part of their everyday lives.

The term most often applied to this transition as viewed from a business perspective is "digital transformation." When an organization is focused on IT becoming more effective in and of itself in support of the business, the term most typically used has been "IT transformation."

In order to provide a data-driven foundation for addressing the many challenges described above, the author undertook research targeting digital and IT transformation. Our goal was to discover what the truth really is surrounding these critical (and sometimes overused) terms. To optimize the depth and value of this unique research, EMA partnered with the IT Transformation Institute.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Introduction

- Digital and IT Transformation: A Closer Look

2. A Few Highlights

3. Demographics

- IT Budgets and Growth

- Transformational Histories

4. Additional Dimensions for Analysis

- Role: IT vs. Business Stakeholders (Non-IT)

- Digital Transformation vs. IT Transformation

- Level of Success

5. Organization, Process, and Best Practices

- Best Practices: IT vs. Business

- IT Transformation vs. Digital Transformation: Organization, Process, and Best Practices

- Best Practices and Success

6. Technologies

- Technology-related Demographics

- Role-related Technology Views: IT vs. Business

- Technology Views: IT Transformation vs. Digital Transformation

- Technology and Transformational Success

7. The Impacts of Cloud

- Cloud Demographics

- IT vs. Business as They Look to the Cloud

- IT vs. Digital: Cloud

8. Agile and DevOps

- Agile/DevOps and Application Performance Management (APM)

- Agile/DevOps Demographics

- IT vs. Business

- IT vs. Digital Transformation and Agile/DevOps

9. Transformational Partnerships

- Partner Demographics

- Partnership Priorities: IT vs. Business

- IT vs. Digital: Transformational Partnerships

10. Transformational Metrics

- IT vs. Business

- IT vs. Digital: Metrics

11. Transformational Success

- How IT vs. Business Stakeholders View Transformational Success

- IT vs. Digital Success Perspectives

12. Understanding Digital and IT Transformational Success

- General Characteristics

- Organization, Process, and Partners

- Technology, Cloud, and Agile

- Metrics

13. Conclusion: What Should the New IT Organization Look Like in the Digital Age?

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Laura Wood, Senior Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
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Sector: Computing and Technology