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What Are Your Most Pressing Digital Transformation Questions?

Next week, we will have special guest Nigel Fenwick, Vice President and Principal Analyst, Digital Business Strategy, Forrester Research, included in a live broadcast round table webinar with Perficient’s David Stallsmith, Director, Customer Experience and Digital Transformation and Michael Porter, Managing Principal, Strategic Advisers.

The three will discuss the nuances between success and failure of digital transformation, and how to think about and align your transformation initiative with your company vision. They will also discuss some of the most pressing questions we’ve been getting in the field such as:

  • Why do we need to rethink and realign to craft a vision that works for your company?DT_Pardot_Landing_Page_Final_6_540
  • What are the models used to benchmark where you are on your journey?
  • How are successful companies aligning executive vision with business and IT roles?
  • How do I make the business case for digital transformation?
  • When do we combine Combining tactical projects with the digital transformation strategic vision?
  • How do we uncover and manage the technology infrastructure?

Register for this informational webinar on 6/18/2015 by filling out the form below.  In addition, if you have any special questions you want to have answered, enter them as comments below. We will address as many questions as we can throughout the live event.

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Beth Martin

I work with our emerging solutions practices to ensure we have a powerful marketing strategy, value proposition and lead the go-to-market streams for the emerging partnerships within Perficient. With over 20 years in B2B marketing focusing on software & consulting , I help businesses optimize go-to-market activities including but not limited to strategic planning, messaging, advertising, collateral, events and content.

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