Gartner predicts that organizations that utilize a Digital Twin of an Organization (DTO) to transform, will turn the 70% failure rate of transformation into a 70% success rate.
If you’ve heard of a digital twin before, you’re not alone. They’ve been in use for years in the industrial sector to aid in the optimization and maintenance of physical assets. They connect data from sensors to create living digital replicas that change as their counterparts change.
The digital twin has many applications that range from enterprise performance and cost optimization to customer experience management, but all applications of the digital twin are intended to support organizations in their decision-making processes. Creating a virtual copy of an organization is meant to help business leaders explore their options, engage in scenario planning, and minimize the risk of the organization’s chosen path.
enableLab delivers enableHub to facilitate the creation of a Digital Twin of your Organization. Every asset that falls within the context of an organization (process, technology, architecture, infrastructure, customer interactions, business capabilities, strategies, roles, responsibilities, products, services, and distribution channels) can be connected, reported upon, and visualized. Bi-directional functionality facilitates change-making to both the live and virtual environment to keep the two worlds in sync. This helps business leaders assess the impact of change in a controlled environment.
What matters is to look at digital transformation from different angles. Business leaders consider using data and digital technologies to stay competitive, respond, and continuously adapt to changing market conditions. Logical? Yes, we think it is. So how do you stay ahead and make the right choices in technology, business models, and partners? How do you turn digital transformation into concrete results?
We believe that having insight into the cohesion between processes, systems, applications, and data will make the difference. It is all connected, and you cannot fix one element without improving the other parts and expect a better outcome.
Being data-driven for us means supporting your decisions with data-backed intelligence, overcoming organization silo’s and integrating data-driven activities into your business processes.