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IT Strategy

Technology Strategy is the third digital transformation enabler (together with business challenges and process strategy) and can be considered the fundamental layer of a structure, where all the other elements would cease to exist if technology was not supporting them. Digital transformation needs technology as an organisation needs resources: the various pieces of technology are what triggers digital transformation and without them it would be impossible to talk about digitalisation.


Having that said, not all technology is fit for every organisation, and not all the organisations will need the same digital enablers, at the same level. In some cases, a review strategy of the system architecture will be sufficient to take the business where it needs to be. In other cases, the current strategy will need to be integrated instead with a new set of innovative technologies, such as drones, RDFIDs, Robots, Mobile Platforms.


Mind The Value believes that technology can profoundly transform businesses, and that our job is to find the best application of it, to deliver greater value and generate growth for our clients. Although the power and the potential of technology are not new to modern business, we know that disruptive technology is taking over the marketplace, and that what used to be a luxury for few companies, is presently a pressing need for the entire business environment.


Digital interconnected solutions are meant not only to solve daily challenges, but to prepare your business for the future.




Mobile platforms are a minimum requirement today for an agile, flexible IT system and business digitalisation. They can provide on-the-go information and real-time reporting. Mobile technology and touch interfaces allow workers to access information in the warehouse, store data at the delivery site, provide a better sales experience and build up live demos with customers and suppliers.

Voice recognition is widely applied to security systems, together with robotics and automated processes, from production, to end-customer management.

Augmented reality can provide a completely new customer experience by allowing users to virtually interact with your product. This application has already been incredibly successful in the retail industry. This type of technology can also be leveraged for warehouse management purposes, as it allows workers to recognise the product using the scanning capability, and to find the correct position where the good needs to be stocked/picked. Augmented reality glasses can even guide operators to the correct location, as GPS features are included.

Drones are currently widely used in warehouse management processes, such as stock level control, as they can read RFIDS, tags and bar codes to find lost pallets. Drones can be used for dangerous or difficult inspection work, surveying, logistics and monitoring activity, asset performance data gathering, spare parts delivery, and more. They enable companies to gather data from video or thermal cameras, along with GPS positioning data, and to use data to construct new and detailed digital models of industrial systems.They can reduce costs considerably compared to traditional options and can also make many industrial operations safer.

The Amazon Dash Button is an example of how technology is not only responsive to market needs but also creates them. This tool has created a new purchasing channel: connected to mobile devices and cloud technology, it allows the end customer to place the order of the configured product with just one click. The applications of a tool such as this in purchasing, stock management, and sales are uncountable and the analytical advantage the business could gather from it is also a fundamental feature, as it collects data about customer behaviour in real-time.

Robots are currently already used in production systems and warehouse management systems: they can pick up and transport objects, pack them and even recognise and personalise them. They can be adopted to improve logistics, load lorries, and deliver goods to the final-customer doorstep.

RFID is a tagging technology that is transforming supply chains and logistics, by delivering greater efficiency to business that implement it in their digital models. In chaotic distribution and industrial environments, real-time data on the status of individual data provides measurable insights that your business can benefit from, starting immediately. A different but as important benefit comes from its application to inventory tracking, which ranges from supply to delivery point, and material management, allowing the operator to locate them in matter of seconds.

The potential of on-line marketplaces is not a cloudy area anymore. The marketplace is a convenient destination to sell items online, as it is accessible, easy to use, highly performing and guarantees a better, more personalised customer experience, thanks to the integration with e-commerce websites. It can be adopted to reach more customers worldwide.

3D printers find applications in different fields, such as Prototyping (to support the product development process), Manufacturing, Maintenance & Repair (repair of worn and damaged parts) and Tooling (manufacturing moulds, shells, etc.). 3D Printers are transforming the manufacturing environment, enabling mass customization and improving supply chain efficiency (reduction of transport distances and consequently reduction of time to market). They are currently used in the healthcare sector for the reliability and precision of their final products, but also in constructions for their resistance and adaptability.