Digitisation shows no sign of slowing down

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By Sam Crook, CRO, Ascertia

Everywhere companies are scrambling to keep pace with a resurging global economy. Entire industries are re-opening and businesses are now assessing how to maintain the productivity gains realised from remote working, rewired business models and new processes.

Possessing secure, reliable access to the cloud has become critical. The cloud is clearly the engine powering this surge in successful digitisation too. McKinsey recently reinforced this view with its report that the value of the cloud transcends IT and is estimated at more than $1 1 trillion.

In fact, even the most reticent of business leaders have accepted that digital transformation wasn’t something to be feared. Rather, digitisation is a genuine enabler of business success and should be embraced.

At the heart of this movement is digital trust – a central component â and within that space, electronic signatures. Innovations like remote signing are leading the way in delivering the authentication, verification and compliance necessary for digitisation projects whatever their scale.

In addition to that, interoperability continues to demonstrate its importance.

As enterprises add solution after solution to their IT environments and continue to advance at pace with their digitisation plans, ensuring seamless integration between a broad and extensive suite of IT services is becoming increasingly challenging and complex.

The CSC’s role in setting the standards required to overcome these growing pains is clear, as is the organisation’s efforts for ensuring that organisations can confidently advance their digitisation journeys forward.