Mark P. Dangelo: A Vast Rebalancing–The ‘Dark Side’ of Digital Transformation

In a short six months, the runaways for business and technology transformation have changed markedly. Additionally, mortgage lending will shrink to just over $2T as inflation as interest rates rise. Profit margins must now be achieved by restructuring digitally transformed processes that were thought to be “complete.” To survive—and prosper—organizations must adapt to widespread industry rebalancing.

Mark P. Dangelo: Digital Transformation’s Hidden and Growing Corporate Liabilities

Digital transformation efforts are institutionalizing risks. While the past decade concentrated on understanding and leveraging “big data”, the next frontier of regulatory compliance and customer advocacy resides beyond the original digitized data—digital inferences and their (automated) conclusions.

Mark P. Dangelo: Digital Transformation’s Hidden and Growing Corporate Liabilities

Digital transformation efforts are institutionalizing risks. While the past decade concentrated on understanding and leveraging “big data”, the next frontier of regulatory compliance and customer advocacy resides beyond the original digitized data—digital inferences and their (automated) conclusions.

Mark P. Dangelo: Digital Transformation’s Hidden and Growing Corporate Liabilities

Digital transformation efforts are institutionalizing risks. While the past decade concentrated on understanding and leveraging “big data”, the next frontier of regulatory compliance and customer advocacy resides beyond the original digitized data—digital inferences and their (automated) conclusions.

Mark P. Dangelo: Digital Transformation’s Hidden and Growing Corporate Liabilities

Digital transformation efforts are institutionalizing risks. While the past decade concentrated on understanding and leveraging “big data”, the next frontier of regulatory compliance and customer advocacy resides beyond the original digitized data—digital inferences and their (automated) conclusions.

Mark P. Dangelo: Digital Transformations Meet the Metaverse

Financial executives once thought that digital transformation initiatives represented a “one-and-done” series of projects to reduce paper, improve processes, and leverage technologies. That was then. Moving forward, these financial leaders will confirm if their digital transformations were enough to succeed in the next reality—the metaverse.

Mark P. Dangelo: Digital Transformations Meet the Metaverse

Financial executives once thought that digital transformation initiatives represented a “one-and-done” series of projects to reduce paper, improve processes, and leverage technologies. That was then. Moving forward, these financial leaders will confirm if their digital transformations were enough to succeed in the next reality—the metaverse.

Mark P. Dangelo: Digital Transformations Meet the Metaverse

Financial executives once thought that digital transformation initiatives represented a “one-and-done” series of projects to reduce paper, improve processes, and leverage technologies. That was then. Moving forward, these financial leaders will confirm if their digital transformations were enough to succeed in the next reality—the metaverse.

Mark P. Dangelo: Digital Transformations Meet the Metaverse

Financial executives once thought that digital transformation initiatives represented a “one-and-done” series of projects to reduce paper, improve processes, and leverage technologies. That was then. Moving forward, these financial leaders will confirm if their digital transformations were enough to succeed in the next reality—the metaverse.

Mark P. Dangelo: Digital Transformations Meet the Metaverse

Financial executives once thought that digital transformation initiatives represented a “one-and-done” series of projects to reduce paper, improve processes, and leverage technologies. That was then. Moving forward, these financial leaders will confirm if their digital transformations were enough to succeed in the next reality—the metaverse.