About Digital Transformation


Growing business successfully depends largely on efficiency and sustainable operations. And a successful digital transformation process is your way.

The need of digital transformation for a business is like the need of exercise for a human body.

The human body may seem like it does not require exercise today or even tomorrow, but in the long run, if you wish to maintain your body and its health, you should get on the treadmill.

In the same way, digital transformation improves the health of your organization over a long run by keeping it fit and efficient. The more you delay putting things in order, the more time you lose, and the closer you get to a major disaster.

So when you start implementing Jirlie or any other system, keep your sight on the long term benefits. Like exercise, its painful in the short run, but will do wonders if you stay on course.

A seamless digital transformation process has 3 main actions;

- Automate: Digital transformation eliminates many of these bottlenecks. When you replace legacy processes with automated workflows, and truly examine your current processes, you reduce friction in your business.

- Agile: Agility is the ability to adapt to the changes on the fly or to deliver the needed solutions in a matter of days. This is a huge competitive advantage.

- Digitalize: Offering digital tools to your customers will make their lives easier, make your business more attractive to potential customers and will eventually increase profit.

Jirlie is the technology that ensures an easy going digital business transformation process. It empowers business runners to flourish, turn business Data into insights. However, technology is only one of 3 pillars which are making up the digital transformation in a business; People, Process and Technology. It is known as PPT framework.

PPT is a framework that is designed to help companies build systems that effectively balance and coordinate how people, processes, and technology support each other. The PPT framework is based on the idea that all three elements—people, process, and technology—need to work in harmony for successful business operations or change management. If one aspect is weak or not aligned with the others, it can impact the overall efficiency and effectiveness. The objective is to create synergy where each component enhances the other, improving business outcomes.

It is most commonly applied to project management and change management initiatives, but it’s a great starting point for companies to think holistically about all aspects of their business — like setting targets, managing risks, and pivoting strategies.

- People: refers to the individuals in your organization responsible for putting in individual work or completing a project. This includes the employees that execute tasks, managers and leaders who set goals and make decisions, or stakeholders who bring companies toward their goals. Your people are the fuel that brings your vision to life. Kicking off a change management project with leadership and key stakeholders is a great way to ensure you get the engagement and buy-in you need to get things done.

- Process: enables this by acting as the foundation that aligns people with the culture and quality of work a project or initiative needs. You need processes to guide teams through the proper steps and protocols when executing tasks. However, processes can still lead to a dead end if they aren’t communicated effectively to everyone involved.

- Technology: refers to the tools and systems you use to support or enable your team to carry out processes more efficiently. Today, technology has become the focal point of organizational transformation across industries. In the past six months, 54% of organizations said that the type of change they experienced at work was technological. New tools can be a big investment. IT spending worldwide is projected to reach $4.6 trillion in 2023. But even with the most advanced tool in the market, you can’t reach your unique business goals unless you’ve evaluated, implemented, and adopted the technology properly. With the PPT framework, organizations have a strategy for IT evaluation, governance, implementation, and technology enablement.