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Hitting Back Against Disruption
How focusing on a digital transformation sweet spot pays off.
Find the sweet spot on a club or bat and you’ll
know it instantly — not just by the sound and the
feel — but by how easy a...
As enterprises, identifying and coming back
to a sweet spot delivers similar results.
Maximizes our forward momentum and i...
Where does that momentum take you?
That depends in part on which of the three
transformation models you focus on.
Source: Geoffrey Moore, author of “Zone to Win” and “Dealing with Darwin.”
Improves agility,
frees up IT budget
for innova...
Source: Geoffrey Moore, author of “Zone to Win” and “Dealing with Darwin.”
C
in
li
Capable of disrupting
industries but is...
Source: Geoffrey Moore, author of “Zone to Win” and “Dealing with Darwin.”
C
in
li
Improves customer
experience, products/...
Getting the most momentum from your efforts?
It comes from using digital to transform
the three areas of business operatio...
Digital leaders are improving
customer experience.
CUSTOMER
EXPERIENCE
PRODUCTS/
SERVICES
CORE
OPERATIONS
01
For starters? They’re
removing friction
from the experience.
Home mortgages are a great example.
Typically, a homebuyer
gathers personal
papers.
Goes to the bank.
Fills in multiple forms.
Sits back and waits.
For weeks.
But what if digital
reduced both the
number of steps
and the time each
step takes?
What would that look like?
Go online.
Answer a few
questions.
Give lender electronic
permission to access
paystub and bank
records.
Papers gathered?
Zero.
Forms completed?
Zero.
Wait time?
Minutes.
This is the new frictionless customer
experience that lenders like Rocket
Mortgage are pioneering.
But what if customers don’t
initiate the experience?
Spotify, Netflix and Amazon’s
recommendation engines all use
data analytics to help consumers.
What can we take from their...
You have valuable assets
that start-ups don’t —
your customers.
The key to keeping them?
Using digital to improve
customer experience.
Next, let’s think about how digital can
help us gain momentum in another area.
CUSTOMER
EXPERIENCE
PRODUCTS/
SERVICES
CORE...
Thermostats,
doorbells, fitness
trackers, watches,
garage doors.
Jet engines, tractors,
industrial pumps.
The one thing these once traditional products
have in common besides growing market share?
They’ve all been
transformed by the
infusion of digital.
Let’s look at how a digitally enabled product
is upping happiness at Walt Disney Parks
and Resorts.
In past years, park-
goers arrived at the
gates loaded down
with tickets, ride
passes, resort key
cards, their wallet
and ...
And that’s not
counting the strollers
and other items many
families had to bring.
Source: Austin Carr, “The Messy Business...
Magical? Hardly.
But what if a wristband streamlined
the entire park-going experience?
Source: Austin Carr, “The Messy Bus...
Now, park-goers
can link their tickets,
ride passes, credit
cards and Disney
Resort hotel cards
to the MagicBand.
Source: ...
Going through the
main gate? Paying
for a meal? Buying
a T-shirt from a gift
store? Entering your
on-resort room?
Source: ...
Simply hold the
MagicBand near
a sensor.
Source: Austin Carr, “The Messy Business of Reinventing Happiness,” Fast Company,...
Future iterations will
make the experience
increasingly
personalized.
All thanks to the
seamless collecting
and communicat...
As consumers, we’re starting
to expect digitally enabled
products as the new normal.
Our next step?
To find ways to translate into our business
lives what we love and expect as consumers.
Next, let’s look at how enterprises
are conquering new ground.
Rolls-Royce. Coca-Cola. T-Medical.
Enterprises are transforming products
into services in virtually every industry,
includ...
Agriculture.
For farmers, tracking
changing soil and
weather conditions
is part science, part
experience.
Tim Greene, “John Deere is pl...
John Deere is making
the science part easier.
Tim Greene, “John Deere is plowing IoT into its farm equipment,” Computerwor...
Sensors on the
farmer’s equipment
gather real-time data
on soil temperature,
nutrients and moisture
levels.
Tim Greene, “J...
The sensors even
suggest more efficient
paths for plowing.
The result?
Tim Greene, “John Deere is plowing IoT into its far...
All the real-time data
helps the farmer
increase crop yields
and profits.
And John Deere?
Tim Greene, “John Deere is plowi...
It’s transformed a
product into a service,
creating an entirely
new source of revenue.
Tim Greene, “John Deere is plowing ...
What can we learn from the digital leaders?
Look for ways that apps and data can be
added to our products to create new value
over time.
Just as important?
Look for ways that sensors and data science
can be added to existing products to create
an entirely new service.
We’ve seen what makes
products and services an
operational sweet spot.
Next?
Let’s look at the final area you can
transform to drive your enterprise forward.
CUSTOMER
EXPERIENCE
PRODUCTS/
SERVICES
CO...
First, what do we define
as core operations?
That depends in part on your industry.
Core operations is making things.
Core operations is transporting
people from point A to point B.
Core operations is your supply chain.
Core operations is patient scheduling.
Core operations is
virtually any function
that is core to what
you make or do.
With all the things that comprise core
operations, it’s no surprise it makes up
a sizable portion of the enterprise budget.
Gaining even a modest amount of efficiency
through digital transformation can add up
to billions saved every year.
One area where many digital leaders
are focusing to improve core operations?
The Industrial IoT.
Source: IDC.
By 2020, it’s estimated a
whopping 40% of the world’s
data will come from machines
talking to machines throug...
What will those conversations enable?
The ability to push what’s humanly
possible with drones, robotics and AR.
Another area where the IoT is powering the enterprise?
Resource optimization. Not just power and
water, but something ever...
Time.
Customers don’t
want to wait for
service, especially
if the service they’re
waiting for is an
elevator.
Yet if you’re the
owner of a high-rise
hotel or apartments,
there’s only so much
space you can devote
to elevator bays.
Th...
Fit smarter elevators
into less space.
Vele Galovski and Harald Kopp, Technology Services Industry Association blog,
“How ...
By applying
predictive analytics
to centuries-old
technology, Schindler
Elevator has created
responsive elevators.
How?
Ve...
Traffic is anticipated
and passengers are
“clustered” to cut
wait times in half.
Vele Galovski and Harald Kopp, Technology...
Because of this data-
driven approach,
fewer elevators are
needed, freeing up
valuable square
footage.
And energy costs?
V...
They’re reduced
by as much as 40%.
Vele Galovski and Harald Kopp, Technology Services Industry Association blog,
“How IoT ...
Data can also be used to predict something
else — failures before they occur.
By embracing the IoT, manufacturers can
reduce the downtime of the equipment
they sell and service.
Source: Flowserve.
CUSTOMER
EXPERIENCE
PRODUCTS/
SERVICES
CORE
OPERATIONS
We’ve seen why digitizing business
operations is a sweet spot.
01 0...
So what resources do you need to
have in place to gain momentum and
make success repeatable across your
enterprise?
Read the Enterprise.nxt report and
find more thinking at HPE.com/nxt.
Learn more about where you are in your transformatio...
Up next: Creating the engine
for digital transformation.
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Your enterprise can digitally transform by gaining insights from your data to improve the experience for your customers.

Enterprises need to make over all aspects of their business, because today’s customers expect frictionless experiences — and because new competitors launched with the latest technologies can change and respond to customers faster than mature companies.

Start with the fact that your enterprise has valuable assets that start-ups don’t — your customers. Fostering loyalty among these customers requires improving their interaction with not only your products and services, but also sales, billing, support and shipping operations. Successful companies count on digital technologies to transform the total customer experience. As consumers, we’ve come to expect digitally enabled products as the new normal. But what’s the next step for your enterprise? Find ways to translate into their business lives what people love and expect as consumers.

Enterprises can learn from the digital leaders who look for ways that apps and data can be added to products to create new value over time. Digital leaders use what they learn from the data to reshape core operations to drive the enterprise forward. What’s considered a core operation varies from industry to industry, but the common characteristic is that core operations make up a sizable portion of the enterprise budget. Gaining even a modest amount of efficiency through digital transformation can significantly impact the bottom line. Data also can be used to predict mechanical failure and to schedule preventive maintenance to avoid business disruptions.

Digital transformation begins with data. So how can your enterprise gain insights from your data to improve the experience for your customers?

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Digital transformation sweet spot: Business operations

  1. 1. Hitting Back Against Disruption How focusing on a digital transformation sweet spot pays off.
  2. 2. Find the sweet spot on a club or bat and you’ll know it instantly — not just by the sound and the feel — but by how easy and how far the ball flies.
  3. 3. As enterprises, identifying and coming back to a sweet spot delivers similar results. Maximizes our forward momentum and investment potential. Makes our success repeatable across the enterprise.
  4. 4. Where does that momentum take you? That depends in part on which of the three transformation models you focus on.
  5. 5. Source: Geoffrey Moore, author of “Zone to Win” and “Dealing with Darwin.” Improves agility, frees up IT budget for innovation.IT Transformation
  6. 6. Source: Geoffrey Moore, author of “Zone to Win” and “Dealing with Darwin.” C in li Capable of disrupting industries but is rare, like a grand slam or hole in one. Im in b Business Model Transformation IT Transformation
  7. 7. Source: Geoffrey Moore, author of “Zone to Win” and “Dealing with Darwin.” C in li Improves customer experience, products/ services and core operations. Im in b Business Operations Transformation Business Model Transformation IT Transformation
  8. 8. Getting the most momentum from your efforts? It comes from using digital to transform the three areas of business operations.
  9. 9. Digital leaders are improving customer experience. CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE PRODUCTS/ SERVICES CORE OPERATIONS 01
  10. 10. For starters? They’re removing friction from the experience. Home mortgages are a great example.
  11. 11. Typically, a homebuyer gathers personal papers. Goes to the bank. Fills in multiple forms. Sits back and waits.
  12. 12. For weeks.
  13. 13. But what if digital reduced both the number of steps and the time each step takes? What would that look like?
  14. 14. Go online. Answer a few questions. Give lender electronic permission to access paystub and bank records.
  15. 15. Papers gathered? Zero. Forms completed? Zero. Wait time? Minutes.
  16. 16. This is the new frictionless customer experience that lenders like Rocket Mortgage are pioneering.
  17. 17. But what if customers don’t initiate the experience?
  18. 18. Spotify, Netflix and Amazon’s recommendation engines all use data analytics to help consumers. What can we take from their successes?
  19. 19. You have valuable assets that start-ups don’t — your customers. The key to keeping them?
  20. 20. Using digital to improve customer experience.
  21. 21. Next, let’s think about how digital can help us gain momentum in another area. CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE PRODUCTS/ SERVICES CORE OPERATIONS 02
  22. 22. Thermostats, doorbells, fitness trackers, watches, garage doors. Jet engines, tractors, industrial pumps.
  23. 23. The one thing these once traditional products have in common besides growing market share?
  24. 24. They’ve all been transformed by the infusion of digital.
  25. 25. Let’s look at how a digitally enabled product is upping happiness at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.
  26. 26. In past years, park- goers arrived at the gates loaded down with tickets, ride passes, resort key cards, their wallet and a camera. Source: Austin Carr, “The Messy Business of Reinventing Happiness,” Fast Company, April 15, 2015.
  27. 27. And that’s not counting the strollers and other items many families had to bring. Source: Austin Carr, “The Messy Business of Reinventing Happiness,” Fast Company, April 15, 2015.
  28. 28. Magical? Hardly. But what if a wristband streamlined the entire park-going experience? Source: Austin Carr, “The Messy Business of Reinventing Happiness,” Fast Company, April 15, 2015.
  29. 29. Now, park-goers can link their tickets, ride passes, credit cards and Disney Resort hotel cards to the MagicBand. Source: Austin Carr, “The Messy Business of Reinventing Happiness,” Fast Company, April 15, 2015.
  30. 30. Going through the main gate? Paying for a meal? Buying a T-shirt from a gift store? Entering your on-resort room? Source: Austin Carr, “The Messy Business of Reinventing Happiness,” Fast Company, April 15, 2015.
  31. 31. Simply hold the MagicBand near a sensor. Source: Austin Carr, “The Messy Business of Reinventing Happiness,” Fast Company, April 15, 2015.
  32. 32. Future iterations will make the experience increasingly personalized. All thanks to the seamless collecting and communicating of data. Source: Austin Carr, “The Messy Business of Reinventing Happiness,” Fast Company, April 15, 2015.
  33. 33. As consumers, we’re starting to expect digitally enabled products as the new normal. Our next step?
  34. 34. To find ways to translate into our business lives what we love and expect as consumers.
  35. 35. Next, let’s look at how enterprises are conquering new ground.
  36. 36. Rolls-Royce. Coca-Cola. T-Medical. Enterprises are transforming products into services in virtually every industry, including an unexpected one:
  37. 37. Agriculture.
  38. 38. For farmers, tracking changing soil and weather conditions is part science, part experience. Tim Greene, “John Deere is plowing IoT into its farm equipment,” Computerworld, May 18, 2016.
  39. 39. John Deere is making the science part easier. Tim Greene, “John Deere is plowing IoT into its farm equipment,” Computerworld, May 18, 2016.
  40. 40. Sensors on the farmer’s equipment gather real-time data on soil temperature, nutrients and moisture levels. Tim Greene, “John Deere is plowing IoT into its farm equipment,” Computerworld, May 18, 2016.
  41. 41. The sensors even suggest more efficient paths for plowing. The result? Tim Greene, “John Deere is plowing IoT into its farm equipment,” Computerworld, May 18, 2016.
  42. 42. All the real-time data helps the farmer increase crop yields and profits. And John Deere? Tim Greene, “John Deere is plowing IoT into its farm equipment,” Computerworld, May 18, 2016.
  43. 43. It’s transformed a product into a service, creating an entirely new source of revenue. Tim Greene, “John Deere is plowing IoT into its farm equipment,” Computerworld, May 18, 2016.
  44. 44. What can we learn from the digital leaders?
  45. 45. Look for ways that apps and data can be added to our products to create new value over time. Just as important?
  46. 46. Look for ways that sensors and data science can be added to existing products to create an entirely new service.
  47. 47. We’ve seen what makes products and services an operational sweet spot. Next?
  48. 48. Let’s look at the final area you can transform to drive your enterprise forward. CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE PRODUCTS/ SERVICES CORE OPERATIONS 03
  49. 49. First, what do we define as core operations? That depends in part on your industry.
  50. 50. Core operations is making things.
  51. 51. Core operations is transporting people from point A to point B.
  52. 52. Core operations is your supply chain.
  53. 53. Core operations is patient scheduling.
  54. 54. Core operations is virtually any function that is core to what you make or do.
  55. 55. With all the things that comprise core operations, it’s no surprise it makes up a sizable portion of the enterprise budget.
  56. 56. Gaining even a modest amount of efficiency through digital transformation can add up to billions saved every year.
  57. 57. One area where many digital leaders are focusing to improve core operations?
  58. 58. The Industrial IoT.
  59. 59. Source: IDC. By 2020, it’s estimated a whopping 40% of the world’s data will come from machines talking to machines through the cloud. 40%
  60. 60. What will those conversations enable? The ability to push what’s humanly possible with drones, robotics and AR.
  61. 61. Another area where the IoT is powering the enterprise? Resource optimization. Not just power and water, but something every bit as valuable.
  62. 62. Time.
  63. 63. Customers don’t want to wait for service, especially if the service they’re waiting for is an elevator.
  64. 64. Yet if you’re the owner of a high-rise hotel or apartments, there’s only so much space you can devote to elevator bays. The solution?
  65. 65. Fit smarter elevators into less space. Vele Galovski and Harald Kopp, Technology Services Industry Association blog, “How IoT Process Optimization Can Improve Customer Outcomes,” May 28, 2015.
  66. 66. By applying predictive analytics to centuries-old technology, Schindler Elevator has created responsive elevators. How? Vele Galovski and Harald Kopp, Technology Services Industry Association blog, “How IoT Process Optimization Can Improve Customer Outcomes,” May 28, 2015.
  67. 67. Traffic is anticipated and passengers are “clustered” to cut wait times in half. Vele Galovski and Harald Kopp, Technology Services Industry Association blog, “How IoT Process Optimization Can Improve Customer Outcomes,” May 28, 2015.
  68. 68. Because of this data- driven approach, fewer elevators are needed, freeing up valuable square footage. And energy costs? Vele Galovski and Harald Kopp, Technology Services Industry Association blog, “How IoT Process Optimization Can Improve Customer Outcomes,” May 28, 2015.
  69. 69. They’re reduced by as much as 40%. Vele Galovski and Harald Kopp, Technology Services Industry Association blog, “How IoT Process Optimization Can Improve Customer Outcomes,” May 28, 2015.
  70. 70. Data can also be used to predict something else — failures before they occur.
  71. 71. By embracing the IoT, manufacturers can reduce the downtime of the equipment they sell and service. Source: Flowserve.
  72. 72. CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE PRODUCTS/ SERVICES CORE OPERATIONS We’ve seen why digitizing business operations is a sweet spot. 01 02 03
  73. 73. So what resources do you need to have in place to gain momentum and make success repeatable across your enterprise?
  74. 74. Read the Enterprise.nxt report and find more thinking at HPE.com/nxt. Learn more about where you are in your transformation journey compared to other enterprises. SHARE
  75. 75. Up next: Creating the engine for digital transformation. SHARE

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