1. Lack of Change Management Strategy
  2. Complex Software & Technology
  3. Driving Adoption of New Tools & Processes
  4. Continuous Evolution of Customer Needs
  5. Lack of a Digital Transformation Strategy
  6. Lack of Proper IT Skills
  7. Security Concerns
  8. Budget Constraints
  9. Culture Mindset

Why Is Digital Transformation Difficult?

Digital transformation is not only adopting new software, technologies, and processes that are more efficient and automated than traditional business practices and processes, it’s an entirely new, innovative way of doing something that is core to your business.

That means organisations must consider everything when taking on a digital transformation initiative – from how people will react to the change, how it will impact customer relations, the cost, how it will align to business goals, and so forth. Digital transformations empower organisations to take their business into the future, and position companies to withstand competition and grow into new areas.

But all of that is easier said than done – according to digital transformation statistics, 70% of all digital transformation programs fail due to employee resistance and lack of support from management, 16% of employees said that their company’s digital transformation efforts improve their performance or are sustainable.