Why you need a Digital Platform Conductor
The triple effects of hybrid and remote work, hybrid and multi-cloud adoption, and increased workforce mobility and turnover, make it more challenging for IT leaders to tackle new digital transformation projects and deliver timely business outcomes. In a recent survey by Gartner, I&O and executive IT leaders reported that lack of maturity in processes and insufficient resiliency to adapt to changes in demand are some of the key challenges they face today.
With a growing number of disparate tools needed to manage their expanding technology estate, IT organizations are increasingly reliant on manual effort to manage key business processes. The reason for this is because the tools don’t interact, and hence require a patchwork of spreadsheet analysis, tickets and error-prone manual tasks to deliver business outcomes. No wonder, IT teams tend to fall behind in completing business projects.
Digital Platform Conductor tools help solve this problem. By orchestrating across your disparate tools, they help automate key IT processes, roll out new projects more efficiently, and enable informed decision making.