By Konrad Kolbe
The only constant in life and business is change. Business Transformation is imperative in this ever changing world of technologies and markets.
Digiterra ensures organizations meet this challenge by providing iServer, the tool of choice and a market leading software platform designed to manage successful transformation, holistically.
iServer provides organizations the power to collaboratively, integrate and communicate, fast tracking strategic change across multiple converging disciplines in a single platform.
Adrian Reed discusses why assessing customer demand and understanding waste is extremely useful in information-rich processes.
When analyzing and improving processes, it is often very valuable to understand customer demand and focus on reducing waste. Wasteful activities include….. more….
Digiterra and Orbus Software recently hosted a successful event at the prestigious Cape Town club. Thank you to everyone who attended the event, we hope you found it insightful and thought-provoking.
Thank you to Charles Edwards and Joan Pournara for sharing their experience in Enterprise Architecture and successes with iServer.
Congratulations to Cornelia Conradie for winning the Nespresso Coffee machine.
For more information about the event, or to view the presentation material, please contact our local Cape Town Business Development Manager, Konrad Kolbe – 0949901099 – Konrad.firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out about the Industry Trends in Business and IT Transformation
Following the success of our breakfast meet in Johannesburg earlier this year, Orbus Software and Digiterra are delighted to be hosting our second partner event together, and hope you can join us! With a focus on Enterprise Architecture, this half-day promises a great opportunity for you to engage with peers and technology professionals proficient in Business and IT Transformation. The day will also consist of a number of keynote discussions and case studies led by subject matter experts.
29 September 2016 – 09:30 to 14:30
The Cape Town Club
18 Queen Victoria Street,
Gardens, Cape Town, 8001,
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