Introduction- The Rise of Digital Business Today (01:31)
Many organizations are struggling to find a successful method to grow their digital business. This video features Mike Wilson and is intended to inform professionals on the latest changes to the marketplace. This segment orients viewers to the topics that will be covered in this video including technology trends, challenges, advice, and future innovations.
Technology Trends Today (04:29)
Roadblocks to transforming an organization into a digital business include security concerns, integration issues, and budget constraints. Experiences are being more personalized and tailored to the individual consumer. Businesses are investing in flexible platforms and collaborative partnerships.
Becoming a Digital Business (05:00)
Typical challenges organizations face when transforming include a lack of time, lack of resources, changes to corporate culture, and having the right training and skillset. Wilson describes recent innovations in the transportation field incorporating digital business practices, citing pace and creating collaborative relationships as potential issues.
Accenture's Technology Solutions (06:00)
Accenture created a fare management solution to support new payment mechanisms. Wilson explains how flexible platforms allow corporations to reduce their operating costs. Transit Agencies need to create a seamless integration between tolls, bike share, parking, and bus rides.
Getting Started (03:52)
Configure software to take advantage of the ability to customize. Using already marketed software allows corporations to set up a cloud-based system quickly with low risk. Wilson describes how customers appreciate the Accenture Fare Management Solution for its seamless integration across different transit organizations.
Conclusion- The Rise of Digital Business Today (02:44)
Future innovations include sharing of technology across enterprises and additional types of devices. Ensure that a company's operations match customer expectations.
For additional digital leasing and purchase options contact a media consultant at 800-257-5126
(press option 3) or firstname.lastname@example.org.