Not every company needs to be a “technology” company

3:00p - 3:45
DeltaV Classroom

Not every company needs to be a “technology” company. However, even for those ventures based on highly specialized services, protected intellectual property, or any other competitive advantage, it is important to consider how your organization creates, uses, and learns from information. The most perceptive organizations have already recognized how to use information to their advantage by building systems that streamline and enhance their core services and products. It’s time for you to step back and make sure that you are taking full advantage of the data you are producing.

Key Points:

Information as a Strategic Asset

Streamlining Core Services

Enhancing Product Value

Data-Driven Decision-Making

Building a Learning Organization

Customer-Centric Technology Implementation