Since IDC proposed the concept of digital transformation in 2016, after six years of development, the concept has entered a new chapter in the new normal after the epidemic in 2021. At this time, IDC upgraded the Digital Transformation Practices to the "Future Enterprise" practices, which was released worldwide, calling on enterprises to organize better planning and investment, so as to continue to maintain competitive advantage in the digital-centered market.
On October 14-15, IDC will once again create a grand event for the ICT industry. All the user representatives of the outstanding cases will be invited to attend the grand event to discuss the change and business opportunities with IT vendors.
Themed on "Digital Transformation In A Changed World", 2021 DX summit is here to explain digital transformation from the perspective of fashion. There is never a limit to fashion, everyone can define their own style, and a simple touch of makeup can easily make you refreshed. The same is true of digital transformation. No matter what industry you are in, IDC's new 9 "Future of X" practices are here to shape organizations into the future and get ready to walk the digital runway as it continues to unfold.
What is "Future Enterprise"?
As the whole world begins to move towards the new normal, digital transformation has also undergone fundamental changes, and the challenges are obvious: Achieving competitive advantage in the next normal means that organizations need to focus more on meeting new customer needs, developing new products and services, and building new digital architectures to support flexible operations and all-round experience in the new digital economy.
Featuring the CEOs' nine new digital agenda items, pivotal characteristics of the Future Enterprise, these are the new benchmarks for what it takes to lead in the next normal, and how organizations must define their X-factor in the new digital economy.
The Future Enterprise is IDC's vision for how organizations must organize and invest to participate in increasingly digitally-centric markets.