With digital transformation calling for a merger of technology with strategy, it’s imperative that IT becomes center stage in all organizations regardless of industry or size. In this era of digital transformation, IT professionals are increasingly asked to do things that are outside their core competencies, and they are constantly being pushed outside of their comfort zones. An IT professionals’ knowledge and expertise are critical to the success of digital transformation initiatives, and a key component of that is the IT professionals’ ability to impart their knowledge, and do it in such a way that other members of the organization and particularly business leaders can effectively integrate it into strategy.
Our training programs are open to both aspiring and practicing technologist that enroll in our newly formed DXTech Academy. As a Learning and Development (L&D) entity instructing in a digital transformation era, we believe like most that IT training has to more than purely technical training, but must encompass a wide range of soft skills training as well. Embracing this thinking provides a unique difference in our training strategy over other traditional technology skills training organizations. .
Our ultimate goal is to develop multiple cohorts of highly skilled IT professionals in the following discipline areas who become capable of supporting the digital transformation initiatives of organizations from simple to complex:
Help Desk Technician
Software Application Designer
Cyber Security Specialist
Web/App Designer and Developer
Mobile Technology Specialist
Social Media Marketing Specialist
IT Consultant and Planner
Business Development Specialist
Digital transformation (DX) is the integration of digital technology into all areas of a business, fundamentally changing how organizations operate and deliver value to customers. In recent years there has been a fundamental shift happening in the role of IT. CEOs increasingly want their CIOs to help generate revenue for their organizations. Almost two thirds(64 percent) of the respondents to the 2017 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey of more than 4,600 CIOs say their CEO wants the IT organization to focus on how to make money rather than save money.
No longer are companies building software or running Information Technology (IT) for cost savings and operations, but rather IT has become the primary driver of business innovation. Embracing this shift requires everyone in the organization to rethink the role and impact of IT in their day-to-day experience.
We transform the way technologist perform in digital-enabled workplace environments!