Companies want digital transformation, but aren't sure exactly how. The solution: focus on the customer and simply start with the first subprojects.
The ingredients companies need to master the digital transformation are on display right now, by Deutsche Telekom at CeBIT in Hanover. There is no one single recipe to make food into a perfect meal. But every dish needs some basic ingredients. This principle also applies to digitization – and to the companies that need a suitable basic infrastructure, which they can garnish with individual ingredients to create a feast. Once this basic infrastructure has been established, digitization projects become possible: for example, in sales, production, customer service, logistics or facility management.
The slide show below features the focal topics of this year's CeBIT and presents the ingredients that companies need for a successful digital transformation. With a variety of successfully executed projects, Europe's leading telco and its partners are showing which basic ingredients they offer for digitization, as well as the areas where the digital transformation can take root.
Visit us „Digitization. Simply. Make it happen” - experience our products and services live at CeBIT from March 20 - 24 at the Deutsche Telekom stand in hall 4, stand C38. Deutsche Telekom's entire presence at the trade fair is carbon-neutral: All CO2 emissions generated in setting up and operating the stand are offset fully by carbon-reduction projects abroad.
Digitization thinkers and leaders discuss their hands-on experiences in top-class talk formats. Information about the program and participants can be found at telekom.com/cebit-en.
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