Microsoft Practice Story
Once upon a time there was an accountant named John who decided to start his own business. He undertook this risk which proved worthy, as his business was getting bigger and bigger. John bought bigger space, computerized the business, started processing invoices, got more employees, increased the number of offices, and got all kinds of analysis, which led to more clients and more employees, as well as more charts. The more requests John got, he was increasing his computer center more and more, the number of servers, as well as the need for processing power and integration among the various software he had bought.
At that time Johnâ€™s biggest problems came along. New start-up companies were looking for more services: they were looking for API that will send their charging, access to output data, digital version from all documentation. They were in the need of e-mail and SMS notifications, they wanted mobile applications, communication with banking software, automated and flexible processes, automated payments, and cloud solutions. They were looking for a system they can have access to at anytime, anywhere. Johnâ€™s competition started to offer all of those services.
Most importantly John realized that if he wants to grow, he would have to transform his business. HeÂ started visiting conferences, counseling, and looked for a way to get closer to the modern world. That is when he visited a conference organized by Microsoft and learned about digital transformation, something which is at the palm of his hand.