User validation through user testing
Proof of concept
Dare to experiment and accelerate your business transformation roadmap. Discover our innovation-as-a-service approach and move seamlessly from proof of concept to value.
- Define tangible innovative experiments.
- Assess the potential of small-scale experiments.
- Prioritize and roll out successful pilots.
- Accelerate your transformation journey.
organizations spend up to 60% of their time on activities that do not add value for the customer - with a proven transformation approach, you can increase efficiency by as much as 25%
Business case deployment
There’s no industry like the automotive industry: nowhere else is the relationship between OEMs (in this case: car manufacturers) and tier 1 suppliers so critical for long-term business survival. This unique dynamic poses a number of potentially business-breaking challenges. “To become future-proof and ensure business continuation, automotive players need not only to understand these challenges. They must also be able to measure their progress on specific KPIs,” argues delaware’s automotive expert Glenn Huybrechts, who developed a unique KPI framework based on three pillars.
In the modern organization, data is everywhere. And so are the tools, platforms, and applications that promise us shortcuts to valuable insights. But technology alone isn’t enough: an increasing number of business leaders are starting to realize that establishing a healthy data culture is paramount to becoming a data-driven organization. The question is: how?
Technological innovation is almost permanent in the automotive industry. If you want to keep up, you’ll need a fast and reliable ERP service adapted to this highly competitive market. So what are the challenges and what should you consider when choosing automotive ERP software and an SAP integrator to stay ahead in the race?
If you are or have ever been in the market for a tool that would help you visualize data and gain insights, you’ve probably heard of Tableau or Salesforce CRM Analytics (formerly known as Tableau CRM). Perhaps you also know that both tools are owned by Salesforce. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some of the key differences between both solutions, and more importantly, when it makes sense to pick one over the other.