By Tjaart Malan, Head of Cloud Success Services Africa at SAP
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, 01 November 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- For many organisations, the last few years have been the most disruptive in living memory. Organisations and their IT teams have had to accommodate huge changes to the way people work and deploy new technology tools to support their teams while unlocking new capabilities to meet changing customer demands.
Since the start of the pandemic, organisations have had to enable remote and hybrid work environments, digitise their supply chains to better deal with disruptions, and utilise technology to develop new business processes and revenue streams, all the while delivering an exceptional customer experience.
Despite the worst of the global pandemic seemingly over, spending on digital transformation continues apace. Global investment into digital transformation is expected to reach $1.8-trillion in 2022, a 17.6% increase over 2021. By 2024, it is…
Source: Guardian Newspaper