On Thursday, May 14, Kevin and Mattia attended (from the comfort of their home) the fifth two-day plenary meeting of the AVENUE H2020 project. We were supposed to meet in Copenhagen, but given the COVID19 situation, we did so by videoconference.
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..
Yesterday, Mattia did a talk to the finance master students of Professor Laurent Fresard at University of Lugano. Professor Fresard asked Mattia to present the financials aspects that drove the growth of the first 5 years of MobileThinking.
Mattia, in charge of the module “The practice of clean code” for the CAS of the Unige in Web Application Design and Technologies
Mattia Gustarini, Dr. in Business & Management with a specialization in information systems, responsible for the module "The practice of clean code" of the University of Geneva.