Turning data into business
Sitting around talking won’t get you a competitive advantage; doing something will. But it’s important to ask the question: Where do you start? We’ve laid out which trends offer the greatest potential for you. And: We are your partner for implementing them.
Start where you want. But start now.
Is your company or organization in the middle of a digital transformation and you don’t know how best to continue? How you can best put your data to use? We at Trivadis have been data specialists from day one. Since 1994, we have been helping our customers put their data to smart use. We develop data platforms and applications for and with you, we handle the operations and provide consulting and training on all aspects pertaining to data. We offer you the option to get all of these services from a single source or just hand over aspects of your digital plans to us to handle. No matter what the setup is: We always work closely with our customers and partners. That way you’ll know where you are at every step along the way and can help shape your platforms and solutions.
These trends will push you forward.
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Trend 1: Highly automated data platforms – how they help you.
The fact that we are in the age of data is yesterday’s news. What’s still on the front pages, though, is the question of how the data that are gathered can be put to the best use for your business. Here companies will increasingly turn to platforms that make a smart use of data possible and can be used universally for a variety of applications. These platforms will be highly automated in their setup and management (keyword Ansible) or use specialized automation tools such as biGENiUS by Trivadis. That way your data can be accessed and used quickly. This allows you to recognize trends early on and make decisions quickly.
Trend 2: IT as an innovation partner – what does that entail?
The competitiveness of your company is increasingly also linked to innovative IT. It must transform itself from an organizational, technological and cultural perspective in order to be fit for the future. In doing so, it helps your company use new technologies to overcome business challenges. IT that is fit for the future will therefore no longer be seen merely as a cost factor.
Trend 3: XaaS: Everything as a Service – what does that mean?
We don’t download LPs anymore; we stream them on Spotify. And thanks to platforms like Airbnb, it’s easier than ever to go to new places on holiday. The economy has also become “servicified.” You are likely getting more and more of your IT as services to meet your company’s business needs. IT consumption is shifting toward service consumption. Your company doesn’t just gain agility, flexibility and efficiency, it also saves costs. But combining lots of individual building blocks to one overall solution can be a major challenge. This requires new skills, not only in the governance of the individual IT providers.
Trend 4: Trend Radar as a compass – showing the right path for you?
Think tanks, blogs, specialist magazines, customer opinions and employee assessments are just a few of the many hurdles you will have to get around in the tangle of information that’s out there. What’s true today is often obsolete tomorrow. The speed and diversity of the digital innovations are hardly comprehensible or assessable for you, your team, even your company. The Trend Radar can help with that. It helps you recognize trends, hype cycles or changing consumer behaviour before the others and to connect these with your business needs. That will earn you a valuable lead.
Trend 5: Agility in the entire ecosystem – thinking outside the box
How software solutions are developed has changed a lot in the past years. On the one hand, your company won’t want months or even years of development anymore, but instead would like to have an MVP (minimum viable product) quickly that can then be developed successively. On the other hand, a software solution is continually developed in increments and adapted to new business needs. These needs need to suit your company as well as your development. Collaboration between your companies and development partners will also change. Agility doesn’t end at the borders of the department or the company, but rather it changes your entire ecosystem. IT providers also need to adapt to these changes and actively help shape the ecosystem.