4 digital transformation trends in 2023

This year could see significant changes in digital transformation influenced by these four trends.

CIOs should consider inflation’s impacts, a potential recession, and continued supply chain risks when evaluating digital transformation strategies and priorities. IT leaders, therefore, should initiate programs that will drive cost savings, efficiencies, and risk reduction.

Here are some to consider:

  1. Iteratively improve employment experiences and define the future of work. One trend to consider is improving knowledge sharing.
  2. Deliver more machine learning to production. While many organizations invest in machine learning experiments, surveys show that enterprises struggle to deploy machine learning models to production, monitor their effectiveness, and support ongoing model improvements.
  3. Plan for metaverse, digital twins, and sustainable infrastructure. Digital twins are a very promising technology, especially for industry and manufacturing.
  4. Multi-cloud and microservices: manufacturing companies must also address the growing landscape and complexities in managing cloud environments and microservices.

Attitude is the most important, but we must also find reliable, experienced partners. Antra ID Kft., Auware Engineering Kft., and Automa CZ s.r.o., parts of Central European Automation Holding (CEAH) help from the development of the concept to the deduction of experience.

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