The Digital World Requires A New Operating Model

Companies need to increase revenues, lower costs, and delight customers - No small task

According to a recent McKinsey study, “Companies need to increase revenues, lower costs, and delight customers. Doing that requires reinventing the operating model. Companies know where they want to go. They want to be more agile, quicker to react, and more effective. They want to deliver great customer experiences, take advantage of new technologies to cut costs, improve quality and transparency, and build value.

The problem is that while most companies are trying to get better, the results tend to fall short: one-off initiatives in separate units that don’t have a big enterprise-wide impact; adoption of the improvement method of the day, which almost invariably yields disappointing results; and programs that provide temporary gains but aren’t sustainable.”

At DIGINTEL, our advanced analytics, when democratized and scaled across the enterprise, delivers on-going insights enabling the best ideas to bubble up from anywhere. These insights, when acted upon, drive innovation, new ways of thinking about your business and industry, and can improve operational and financial performance.




According to a Bain & Co. survey, companies leading the charge for building advanced analytics are:

  • Twice as likely than others to be in the top quartile within their industries for financial performance.
  • Five times as likely to make decisions more quickly than their peer companies.
  • Three times as likely to execute decisions as intended.
  • Twice as likely to rely on data, using it very frequently when making decisions.

Out Perform Your Rivals


The Digital World Requires New Business Models


Top Barriers to Executing Digital Strategy

According to PwC

inflexible or slow processes


Integration of new and existing technologies


lack of properly skilled teams


Ineffective third party partners


Lack of alignment/clarity on roles and responsibilities


With consumers and companies becoming increasingly connected, and boundaries ever more blurred, traditional business intelligence, tribal knowledge, working on hunches, and that’s the way we’ve always done it are not good enough. The speed of innovation, globalization, emerging technologies and the availability of new data sources provide multiple opportunities for you to gain new insights that will help you develop new ways of thinking about  your markets, channels, customers, and products in terms of the future instead of the past.

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