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39. The Transformation Imperative

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Many companies have struggled to advance their digital transformation, but the level of urgency around this area has increased dramatically as a result of the disruption experienced from COVID-19.

On this episode, Blue Prism’s Brad Hairston talks with Art Barrios and Pete Koltis from Alvarez & Marsal’s Technology Services practice who explain why it is critical to embrace and accelerate the transformation agenda in the near-term.

Here’s what we discussed with Art and Pete:

  • The definition of the transformation imperative
  • How the pandemic has changed the transformation landscape
  • Why transformation is so hard for many companies
  • The big picture that some companies are missing
  • What companies should do now to accelerate their transformation plans

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