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Executive Summary Digital transformation is in full swing. Over the mid to long term, companies that fail to embrace it will be pushed out by newcomers and digitalized competitors. However, those that do embrace it have laid the groundwork for remaining competitive into the future and will likely be able to penetrate new fields of business as well. Ensuring the optimal focus for digital transformation is not always easy: on the one hand, digital transformation awareness must be instilled throughout the company, starting with the uppermost management, who must live it by example and demand it of others, while on the other hand, companies must recognize their own digital maturity. The key driver of digital transformation is the customer experience as that is the most important factor that sets products and companies apart from the competition. As a result, it is customer experience management that forms the basis for digital transformation. The customer experience impacts all levels of digital transformation and requires a radical change in the approach most companies tend to take. As a process that involves integral changes, digital transformation takes place on both the organizational and the operational level. With the digital transformation cycle, we have developed an approach for digital transformation that is based on three fundamental theories. The approach is incorporated into an organizational transformation that then manifests itself in the operational level. During this process, the digital transformation cycle explicitly addresses the needs of traditional enterprises and not start-up companies. The foundation behind the effectiveness of the digital transformation cycle is the so-called “customer experience”, which employs new technologies to align the business perspective with the customer perspective. Digital, Internet-linked business models emerge that require the existing IT structure to be examined. The digital transformation cycle provides new methodical approaches for the fundamental and very necessary change in the way business is thought about. It breaks digital transformation down into six disciplines, each of which has a well-defined approach and a party that is responsible for it, while each also requires special skills and generates a specific result. The disciplines are the result of the fundamental theories, which they then put into practice. In doing so, the customer experience influences each and every discipline in the cycle. In addition, the digital transformation cycle enables and promotes collaboration in interdisciplinary teams with a digital focus. Examples from a variety of industries illustrate the approach using concrete use case scenarios and an actual project. Let us go down the road of digital transformation together. We will successfully guide you to your destination. 6

You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work back toward the technology – not the other way around. Steve Jobs The Digital Triple 1 Digital Customer Experiences Products and services are strongly oriented around actual, perceptible customer benefits and the new type of customer behavior. The consequent integration of customer-oriented technologies produces digital customer experiences. 2 Digital Business Models The technological and functional connection to the customer enables new digital business models that offer fast access to products and services and that can be easily adjusted to changes in the market. 3 Digital Companies The cloud is forcing the traditional limits of corporate IT wide open and is enabling a global link to customers, new partners and new technologies. Well-aligned IT governance is the key to creating a successful digital company. 7

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