Digital transformation is changing the automotive ecosystem. On-demand car functions are fueling the automobile’s development toward an all-in-one device. For the automotive industry, new sales opportunities and business models are opening up.
An in-house IT department always has a big impact on business success. In order to fully tap into the potential of digitalization, the role of IT departments in companies must change significantly.
On-demand car functions offer great potential of new revenue sources for the automotive industry. Find out what the opportunities and the challenges of this new business model are.
The fall in demand for insurance and pension provisions and the rise in demand for digital products spells a major challenge for insurers: namely, the holistic transformation of insurance sales into standardised, digital consulting processes.
Three critical success factors determine digital transformation projects. Our experts use on-demand car functions to explain what these factors are, and how you can utilise these.
The independent market research company Lünendonk again examined the IT sourcing consulting market segment this year. Decisive changes: Digital transformation requires an effective combination of management and IT skills.
The opportunities artificial intelligence provides are fueling digitalization – at corporate and consultancy level. We examined the development from an HR perspective and evaluated the implications for graduates / young professionals.
Every energy company – whether manufacturer, sales, network operator or meter operator – has different prerequisites and possibilities for digital transformation. Q_PERIOR shows what tools are available to companies.
As part of first generation outsourcing, a mid-market energy supplier planned to transfer responsibility for its entire IT operations to an IT provider. Q_PERIOR supported the provider in the successful transition to a new operating and business model.
This year, the subject of agility became increasingly significant for companies and consultancies.