How to tick all the boxes
Norway is one of the most digital countries in Europe, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re doing enough to progress. Whether you’re a private waste management company or municipal, you have a level of digital maturity.
The AMCS 2018 Digital Transformation Barometer report defines these levels of digital maturity among the organizations surveyed. (If you’ve not yet seen the report, it’s worth a look.) One of the interesting takeaways is the priorities of management.
While these priorities vary in order by each group or aren’t even a priority for some, it’s worth listing them here. For our purpose at the moment, these are in no particular order:
- Digital transformation (digitizing current processes)
- Increasing productivity and efficiency
- Employee satisfaction and loyalty
- Customer satisfaction and loyalty
- Improving sustainability
- Cost reduction
This is where using a best-in-class platform enters the picture, or should. According to the European Commission, because it can help you achieve all of these goals.
Digital transformation (digitizing current processes)
A good platform should drive automation and standardize and optimize end-to-end processes. This is the foundation of your digital maturity. Go for a cloud-based platform that will empower you to progress in your digital transformation.
Don’t back yourself into a corner. You want a platform that seamlessly integrates with industry-specific software that will cover your entire operation. Otherwise, you’re looking at an incredibly expensive mistake.
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