Monday, November 28

The digital company: keys to activating the transformation


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Raquel Pinillos - Director of Business Solutions at Kyocera Document Solutions Spain
By Raquel Pinillos – Director of Business Solutions at Kyocera Document Solutions Spain

The pandemic has changed the priorities and the way of operating of companies around the world that face the challenges of adapting to changes in user behavior and those produced in the way of working. Employees need access to data and applications at any time and from anywhere, and demand digital solutions that allow them to increase their productivity and improve their experience, which leads companies to accelerate the digitalization of the workplace.

In this context, organizations have promoted their digital transformation plans to achieve greater flexibility, agility and generate efficiencies for their businesses. This is an evolution that has a great enabler in technology and has made CIOs assume an increasingly strategic role in companies, guiding their organizations in their digitization strategies, facilitating new business models and the creation of collaborative environments. In fact, according to IDC, 60% of IT managers are going to be measured on their ability to deliver value through technology to their businesses.

At Kyocera we are convinced that this transition to more digital models has to be coherent, orderly and aligned with the business objectives of each company, which is why we have put together a proposal that brings together all the elements so that IT teams can establish a structured digital roadmap.

At Kyocera we are convinced that this transition to more digital models has to be coherent, orderly and aligned with the business objectives of each company

Through our portfolio of business solutions We cover all technological layers, from the needs of companies to create intelligent workspaces in an IT as a service mode, to the development of applications, DevOps and integration services, making a clear commitment to process automation, either with our Solpheo BPM engine, which acts as a document repository and collaborative environment, or adding robotics through RPA.

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Now, as a novelty in our offer, naturally, we have gone a step further by adding infrastructure services to help companies in their migration to the cloud, with consulting, support and management for their AWS, Google and Azure environments. We are prepared to help companies decide how to orchestrate a cloud strategy, which applications to move to the cloud in a structured way, or how to optimize systems in this model so that the costs are adequate. It is a comprehensive offer, which covers the infrastructure, corporate processes and applications with which the user works and of which we are experts.

Today, it is a palpable reality that IT teams find it increasingly difficult to adapt internally to the multiplicity of technologies and requirements to address that leap to the cloud, and therefore a partnership with Kyocera allows them to do so with all the guarantees of success based on our expertise.

IDC data also confirms that cloud operations are enabling the modernization of IT environments, to the point where investment in the cloud will account for 64% of total infrastructure spending by 2024. We firmly believe in its potential to offer a digital infrastructure capable of transforming the applications and services made available to employees to activate processes and workflows, which contributes to their retention and achieve a high return on investment for companies.

By Raquel Pinillos – Director of Business Solutions at Kyocera Document Solutions Spain

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