• Piyusha Pilania

Digital Transformation Myths and Why They Are Not True



When asking various people about digital transformation, the answer can differ. Many disagreements and even misconceptions about what digital transformation means exist, especially when asking individuals from different sectors. Regardless, digital transformation means the implementation of technology to enhance its ability to meet its mission. In other words, digital transformation is the process where companies and other entities implement technological solutions to boost productivity, increase bottom lines, and more.


That being said, many misconceptions about digital transformation exist that bar people from ever taking part in it. To ensure you aren't inadvertently stopping yourself because of one of these myths, we want to tackle the myths of digital transformation and tell you why they are not true:


Myth 1. Digital Transformation Happens Only Once


Many people assume that digital transformation is a one-time-only thing, believing that it is done for good once it is completed. However, just like how technology is continuously improving and changing, digital transformation can be the same. Such transformations, while completable, aren't a one-time activity. Transformations are done often to keep a company up to date with the latest technology, meaning that if you want to maximize your company through digital transformation, be ready to do it many times.


Salesforce is always updating, innovating, and enhancing its performance with the latest technology and hence there are no questions about one-time digital transformations here.


Myth 2. Digital Transformation Adds More Work for the Workers


Digital transformation might change the way your workers work, but putting in more work is the last thing it will ever do. Technology is all about making your lives easier, and with the help of brand-new tech in the business, your workers will have a much easier time completing their tasks. Everything from data analysis, communication, automation, and the like are offered with technology, and this allows employees to focus less on the small, repetitive task and spend more time on the larger, more challenging tasks that technology alone cannot deal with.


With Salesforce instance, you get plenty of time to channelize your creative juices into more important and complex problems which reduce monotonous tasks.


Myth 3. Digital Transformation Pushes the Company Away from Its Mission


Many people assume that digital transformation doesn't align with their mission, that participating in it will push the company far away from its mission. However, this is not true at all. Digital transformation is all about making a company stay on its mission and helping to do so better! Salesforce's technology can help workers be more engaged in their work, boosting productivity levels and increasing the overall chance of success for the company. This simply means that, for companies, digital transformation makes staying on their mission and achieving set goals much easier. It offers the solutions you need for your company to ensure everything works together to meet your goals, deliver effective results, and secure success.


Conclusion


Are any of these myths stopping you from digitally transforming your business? If so, it is time to make some changes. Salesforce's top-notch technology can boost your business in so many ways, and there are many solutions out there that meet any budget. This means that there is always a solution you can opt for to improve your business. That said, when transforming your business, never rush the process. Successful change starts slowly and is adequately planned, allowing you to consider all the factors needed to be considered to ensure the proposed solution meets your needs and requirements.


Apphienz is a Salesforce Consulting Partner, offering clients to maintain their Salesforce instance and create new apps to support their activities. If you are looking to transform your business and grow your company, contact us today.

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