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Technology integration

The Challenge

In times like these it is hard to keep up with the rapid technology advancements and even if you find the time to read some whitepapers/ studies here and there, its hard to make a correlation between technology and how exactly that technology could add value to your company, department or team.

Our Approach

We have developed a structured approach for the successful integration of technology. From vision to implementation in a team of experts (together with technology partners and/or startups, experts in their field, if desired). First and foremost is developing an understanding of what value the new technology can or should bring to your specific needs (e.g., efficiency, growth, improved collaboration, more effective communication). Once the reasoning behind the technology is defined, we want you to experience it firsthand (e.g., VR, blockchain, AI). That’s why we don’t just develop use cases, we develop prototypes (e.g. click dummies, MVPs) which we can test in small teams. We then define, improve and extend the use cases, including developing KPIs that can easily determine whether technology integration is worthwhile or not. Something that needs to be proven on an ongoing basis.

Our Service Portfolio (Excerpt)

  • Applied X Workshops
  • Reports & analysis
  • Validated use cases
  • Integration strategy (technical)
  • Implementation concept (business)
Alexander Hotowy

“It makes no sense to introduce a technology just for the sake of having implemented it. One first needs to understand what strategy (efficiency or growth) this technology serves. This way, it’s easier to identify concrete and value-added use cases, as well as efficiently measurable KPIs.”

Alexander Hotowy

Managing Partner

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