It's high time for digitisation. For good reason.
After nearly 3 years since the start of the Corona pandemic, companies don't need to look far for reasons to digitise at a brisk pace.
Volatile global competition, the digital reality of life for the upcoming generations Y and Z and unexpected global events such as the pandemic crisis, which pose new challenges, are convincing arguments for stepping up the pace and resolutely tackling transformation processes.
Experienced transformation enablers are critical to successful digitisation
To play to their full strengths, highly flexible and powerful solutions like SAP Concur must integrate optimally into the individual deployment environment. How well the integration succeeds depends on the strategic and technological expertise that guides the implementation. The lower the level of expertise, the higher the risk of error and failure to meet hoped-for performance goals, despite outstanding technical capabilities. To avoid stumbling blocks and successfully implement their digitisation plans, companies should therefore secure the knowledge of experienced integration partners in good time.
Outsmart the gridlock: Think holistically from the start
When a digitisation project produces only disappointing results, in many cases it's due to half-hearted implementation and poor integration. The realisation that a system like SAP Concur can only work optimally as part of a holistic transformation matures based on knowledge and experience – important resources that are often not (yet) available in the project planning and implementation phase, but which determine the project outcome from the very beginning.
KPS is a strong integration partner that competently accompanies companies in all phases of digitisation, efficiently transfers know-how and averts problems caused by knowledge gaps in good time. This involves productive sensitisation that enables companies to optimally map out the transformation context so that strategies, processes, action patterns and technologies mesh smoothly.
Don’t just spend money. Invest it
Companies often shy away from taking the big leap in digitization projects because they fear the time and money involved. Yet it is precisely the supposedly economical minimal solutions that demand a learning curve when they are no longer up to the task sooner rather than later. Necessary expansions, conversions and restructuring then increase efforts and costs even more.
The digitisation experts from KPS are not afraid to confront clients with the unvarnished truth. After all, it's not about scoring sympathy points. Rather, the goal of those responsible at KPS is to achieve the best possible progress for the client's company. And this can only succeed if a realistic starting point is found. It makes it possible to invest in line with requirements in a future-proof infrastructure that precisely meets specific requirements and provides a reliable basis for flexible growth. This applies even more to internationally active companies with a heterogeneous environment that includes a large number of employees and must comply with different legal requirements.
Not challenging but encouraging employees.
Doubts about employee acceptance and reservations about supposedly lengthy training measures are also among the reasons that keep companies from taking thoroughgoing digitization measures. As with all aspects of digitization, however, the same applies here: It all depends on how it is implemented. The motivation and willingness to learn of employees is determined by the skills of those responsible for the project and their ability to bring everyone along with them on the path of transformation.
With extensive skills and in-depth experience, integration experts from KPS design straightforward transformation paths that are viable for all employees. Intensive but manageable workshops have a motivating effect rather than an exhaustive one and prepare everyone involved for the changes to come in advance of implementation. The learning challenge is combined with the insight into the positive effect, so that an open-minded attitude toward the new can develop.