A digital transformation carried out by the right people and the right methods is a successful digital transformation. MobileThinking accompanies its clients efficiently thanks to its team of experts and uses proven methods.
As we often say, it's not a question of revolutionizing everything at once, but of getting the machine up and running. So, when your company decides to take the plunge into digital transformation, it must keep in mind the final goal and first determine the easiest way to reach it.
Once a concrete project has been identified, it is necessary to think about how best to design it. Indeed, to succeed in a digital transformation implies establishing a strategy that understands the stakes of the organization, that takes into account the culture of the company and the working environment of its employees.
Based on the experience we have gained through very heterogeneous projects, we have identified the three steps that we find in any service digitization, whatever the size of the company we work for.
Digital transformation is vital! It is important to note that it is not necessarily a question of revolutionizing your entire SME/business in one year. You need to identify the sector that will benefit most from the digital transition, and which will have the most positive impact on the whole company.
Above all, the digital transformation is not a fad. For the economy, it is a change as important as the industrial revolution and one that profoundly alters the way we produce and consume..
This was the summary of these series of articles about growth hacker marketing. We hope that these series of articles helped you to grasp the complexity, but also the fascinating world of growth hacking.
At this point, the question we should carefully answer is: “do the users actually stick?”. This is one of the most important metrics. When you look for investors they will surely ask how many users did you acquire and how many of them are actually active and returning to your service over time
We now know that we must create the applications that fit our end users needs and that we need to find our own way to reach the first thousand of loyal and passionate users. In fact by now, it should be clear that the classic assumption “build it and they will come” does not work. You must acquire your users (your customers). Each of them has a cost and of course lower this cost is for you better it is. ‘Going viral’ is a natural step to achieve growth with measurable costs. In the ‘Finding your growth hack’ step you bootstrap your community of loyal users. With the ‘Going viral’ step you try to acquire as many users you can. How do you spread your product with the help of you core loyal and passionate users? To answer this question we give the floor to the ‘The old way’ and ‘The new way’!