The post-pandemic situation we live in is moving towards a digital fever mentality. Companies who will succeed will be those that create smart experiences and customer journeys that facilitate and/or complement people’s lives. Companies who will fail will be those that don’t seek to benefit from new technologies such as AI, IoT, etc and don’t take advantage of data to anticipate trends in demand and make decisions that improve the workforce. From the governance's standpoint, Information Technology in contemporary India has played a revolutionary role in positioning the country as one of the top nations making the most advancements digitally in recent times. Most importantly, digital transformation has widened India's possibility of innovation in every aspect of its economic engine and even optimization of resources, currently being pursued across sectors ranging from e-Education, manufacturing, agriculture, healthcare, retail, financial services, banking, national defense, and security to public utilities.
or digital transformation a right strategy is more important than technology but simply going digital isn’t going to cut any more. Digital transformation challenges are complex to handle. Therefore, organizations need to create a substantial ecosystem and clear strategies to drive change seamlessly.