Digital Transformation Is the Start of a Thousand-Mile Journey: MDeC & IDC| 11th August, 2015
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) and International Data Corporation (IDC) recently held the third CIO Survival Guide event to help business and IT leaders understand and cope with the challenges and opportunities digital transformation can bring to their businesses.
According to IDC, Digital Transformation (DX) will drive changes in enterprise business models and ecosystems by leveraging digital competencies. Business leaders today need to transform and lead digitally powered organizations that are not only adaptive to change, but able to predict and drive it.
“Digital transformation is one means of creating self-adapting businesses that can rapidly respond to change. These organizations will not only weather the coming storm, but also thrive on it. Malaysian businesses will need to make a stand as to how they will address the new and changing marketplace,” said Roger Ling, Research Director, ASEAN Custom Solutions, IDC Malaysia.
“We believe there is so much that the digital emerging trends; namely, Cloud, BDA and IoT, have to offer CIOs in providing creative solutions to customers and contributing to the overall growth and revenue of the organization. MDeC, as the driver of Malaysia’s ICT industry development and digital transformation, is committed in its role of assisting businesses to embrace digital technology business models via its MSC Malaysia and Digital Malaysia programs,” said Ms. Ng Wan Peng, the Chief Operating Officer of MDeC.
IDC’s Digital Transformation (DX) MaturityScapes Survey
In a recent study commissioned by MDeC, IDC leveraged its DX MaturityScape to assess organizations' stage of maturity in five key dimensions: Leadership DX, Omni-Experience DX, WorkSource DX, Operating Model DX, and Information DX. This study identifies the stages, dimensions, outcomes, and actions required for Malaysian businesses to digitally transform themselves.