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MAGAZINE #9 - DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: MORE A NECESSITY THAN A CHOICE

A recentInternational Data Corporation study of 1,000 businesses confirms the thesis: by 2021, 50 percent of global data will be digitized, resulting in 14 percent lower costs than in the past for companies that have embarked on digital transformation paths.

The only factor slowing down the trend toward digital transformation is the fear on the part of companies to initiate complex technological adaptation procedures that could disrupt the enterprise itself. As the IDC study notes, the decisive push toward computerization could come from the need to better manage data and create value from it by optimizing companies' infrastructure and business processes.

Among the technologies that enable this approach is the Business Process Management Cloud platform; This has been verified by the hundreds of companies that have chosen this technology to reorganize their processes to manage and enhance their data, effectively initiating their own digital transformation using the cloud services offered by Openwork.

Companies operating in a variety of industries have begun this important journey by transferring data, documents and processes - thus from inventory control to supplier coordination, from new product conception to Pec management - to the Jamio openwork BPM platform and verified the reduction of work time and costs.
This is how many product and service companies have implemented their digital transformation, triggering a shift in gear to adapt to the imposed demands of the market and become competitive.

Another fundamental aspect for Digital Transformation concerns the very delicate issue of digital skills, or rather the GAP on digital skills, which continues to cause debate and on which Italy is also taking the right countermeasures; in fact, the lack of specific skills on the digital plane further discourages companies to act in this direction.
Openwork is active on the topic thanks not only to the establishment of a center of competence on BPM with the collaboration of the Politecnico di Bari, but especially through the Jamio platform, which enables the development of software applications for process and workflow management even for individuals who do not have programming notions, enhancing the value of work time and, therefore, revolutionizing the approach to the development of solutions for Business Management.

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Openwork at Microsoft House in Milan: event details

"BUSINESS PROCESSES IN CLOUD," the March 4 event held at Microsoft House in Milan, concluded; the meeting was attended by different realities (medium-sized and large organizations) who wanted to find out what the digital market holds in the near future but, most importantly, how to deal with the ever-changing scenarios with an adaptive approach.

The point on Italy's IT landscape, market evolutions, and the lack of digital skills to cope with changes were some of the topics addressed during the meeting, which allowed testimonials Predict (trading company - partner of GE Healthcare) and SGA (Credit Management Company) to show how they used Jamio openwork and Azure solutions to circumvent limitations and add value to their Business objective.

Noteworthy is the fact that Predict, a company in the midst of Business Model transfromation, decided to hire two young management engineers - and not two computer scientists - to entrust them with the application development of processes to support the transformation taking place (Citizen development).
Also complicit in this innovation project is the establishment of a competence center on BPM thanks to the agreement between Openwork and Bari Polytechnic; in fact, the goal pursued by this collaboration turns precisely to the training of figures with digital skills capable of adding value to those companies that, like Predict, have vision and foresight toward new Business Models.

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Digital Gap in Italy: What Solutions?

According to Assintel Report 2019, 1 in 3 companies state the lack of appropriate digital skills and culture as the main obstacle to digital transformation. A problem, this one, that has plagued the IT market for some years now.
There are real difficulties in finding on the market and retaining adequate skills capable of supporting processes of development, implementation and management of innovation and digitization initiatives, all increasing the boot's digital skills gap.

The Italian market is therefore facing an important crossroads: adapt to the changes or determine the changes.
This is made possible today only by introducing a new concept, that of Zero-Code Software application.

What is Zero-Code?

Zero-Code is a high-productivity approach to software modeling that allows apps to be created quickly and without any knowledge of computer language.
This model takes a visual approach to complexity for the development of new software applications in order to find quick solutions to specific problems through innovative tools with simple and effective language.

Such platforms reduce the amount of traditional manual coding, enabling accelerated creation of business applications. A significant advantage is that a wider range of people can contribute to application development, not just those with formal programming skills.
Initial programming, training and implementation costs are also lowered.

This is how Business Process Management applications are realized, for example, with the Jamio openwork platform, designed to support productivity by maximizing compatibility between systems, simplifying the work process design process and promoting communication and teamwork on the system. In fact, Openwork is the first and only Italian software house to adopt the Zero-Code approach, which has always been at the service of digital transformation.

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