I am passionate about digital transformation and the smart integration of technology.
Specializing in executive mobile analytics, I help the C-suite drive growth and profitability with business intelligence (BI) solutions.
Digital transformation is not a backward-looking reaction to a shift in marketplace or in consumer demand. Instead, it is about creating the next opportunity.
This demands a strategy that goes beyond just connecting the dots and empowering us to anticipate the next dot and create the next opportunity.
Design is the key ingredient, which helps us deliver intrinsic value for unmet needs in this journey. We innovate because we are not satisfied with the status quo and refuse to settle for complacency.
We chase perfection, however elusive, not because we think we’ll ever be perfect, but because we believe it brings us closer to excellence in everything we are and ever hope to be.
Let’s create new perspectives that serve as a foundation for future innovation and inspire conversations that would have been otherwise lost or never started.
My latest on Forbes
Digital transformation enabled by business intelligence (BI) solutions presents an enormous opportunity to drive growth and profitability. Fostering a data-driven organization emboldens the vision of faster, better-informed decisions to compete in the digital economy. Advancements in areas such as big data, in-memory computing, the cloud, mobile, the Internet of Things, Read more…
More on Forbes
- Digital Transformation Through Mobile Analytics
- Better Business Decisions Start With Better-Informed Leaders
- Digital Transformation Is Not A Technology Makeover. It’s A Business Revolution.
- 4 Reasons Why Mobile Innovation Demands A Mobile Mindset
Just as we know that mobile isn’t just about one or two sexy apps, the ability to deliver reports on a mobile device alone isn’t the same thing as mobile business intelligence (mobile BI).
We are not just building a report or a dashboard. Instead, we are designing to deliver a superior mobile user experience each and every time.
Mobile BI Doesn’t Mean “Mobile-Enabled Reports.”
This means we need to consider all facets of user interactions and take a holistic approach when dealing with all aspects of the “mobile BI user life cycle.” This life cycle starts before installation and does not end after the mobile analytics asset is downloaded and consumed.
Competing on design thinking requires a fundamental shift in how we approach design to solve business problems. I see it as a framework for innovation because I am convinced that the principles of design thinking shouldn’t be reserved for just new products and solutions.
Customer-centric design is about looking out from the inside—rather than outside in.
Design thinking should also be pursued in every area of our enterprise because no role, no engagement, and no project should ever become a lost opportunity.
I see the pursuit of thought leadership as one of the greatest tools that helps us grow as an individual and learn more about our purpose, which is a reflection of both our passions and imperfections.
More important, it sheds light on our personal path – allowing us to seek what is yet to be discovered through our natural talent and creativity.