This post is the third installment of our series: “Adoption Playbooks: Providing a deployment framework to maximize results.” Check back each week for the latest blog post authored by a member of our Customer Success Architect (CSA) team where we will share deployment best practices from real-world implementation experiences in the field. We hope you will find these blog posts and the accompanying white papers insightful.
Just about everyone at some point works with IT. Regardless of your industry, the first step to a fully digital business is setting up your kit: computers, phones, tablets, usernames, passwords, etc. But who orchestrates the supply of digital oxygen for an organization?
The IT department – the lifeblood of digital business.
Naturally, IT teams endure a fair amount of workflow and document tracking, but many are stuck with podgy paper-based processes that drain resources and block quick distribution of digital tools throughout the broader organization.
Let’s make it easy: If a business wants to go fully digital, the IT department should take the lead as the first digital adopter.
And the method couldn’t be simpler: Digital Transaction Management platforms whip out the need for paper. IT managers and coordinators can gleefully digitize employee acknowledgement of IT assets or any data collection documents.
IT is the first domino and if they can streamline the supply and management of digital tools, the only side effects are meatier ROI and happier employees and customers.
Why shouldn’t you digitize your IT department?
Get started with our Information Technology playbook of use cases for ideas on how the Digital Transaction Management platform fits in an IT organization like yours.
This guide written by Customer Success Architects, Tom Pellegrino and Robert Desroches, will provide you with real life examples of speed to deployment and ROI to feed the brainstorming process of how your IT department can set the example and lead through adoption of fully digital processes today.
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