The Truth About Digital Transformation

A new global survey reveals that organizations rapidly shifted their digital transformation priorities during the COVID-19 pandemic. And that’s helping deliver a more “human-centric” experience.
Jul 10, 2020 2:00 PM ET

The Great Digital Transformation Debate
A one-of-a-kind global survey—conducted before and during widespread shelter-in-place orders—reveals that despite popular belief, digital transformation isn’t failing. In fact, only 2% of respondents said their digital transformation efforts weren’t successful in any way.

In response to the 2020 global pandemic, organizations across the world rose to the occasion. They rapidly transitioned operations and spun up modern, cloud-native apps to keep their businesses running—and provide much-needed support for employees and customers.

Technology market research firm Vanson Bourne, commissioned by VMware, surveyed 5,000 app developers (app devs), business decision makers (BDMs) and IT decision makers (ITDMs) from March-April 2020 across 17 countries globally.

The survey showed that successful digital transformation is only possible if businesses embrace a holistic approach across three key organizational pillars: people, process and technology.

Successful Digital Transformation: Apps at the Ready 5 Key Findings From the Global Vanson Bourne Survey
From a shift in mindsets to a blueprint to digital transformation success, here are the top trends revealed by the survey.


Explore the full infographic: Modern Apps Power Digital Transformation Success.

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