Digital technologies are radically transforming every facet of business. From the customer experience to employee engagement, user expectations keep growing. Yet many organizations have been resistant change. This inaction now leaves digital decision makers facing a stark reality: They must digitally transform to survive -- and do it quickly.
While most understand the inherent benefits of going digital, the majority of respondents are hitting roadblocks, including lack of internal alignment, lack of adequate skills, and cultural resistance. Couple these obstacles with technology constraints, and an overall inability to execute impedes progress. The result is a growing state of anxiety about embarking on digital transformation, with some fearing it may already be too late, as Progress learned in a global survey of more than 700 digital decision makers.
Click inside for more findings from the report, "Are Businesses Really Digitally Transforming or Living in Digital Denial? A Report on the State of Digital Business."