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Navigator Consulting completes digital transformation consulting programme in Cyprus

In January – May 2022, Navigator Consulting completed a blended learning programme on digital transformation in Cyprus. The training project included 2 days of classroom training followed by 1-day consultations for participating companies in the programme.

Following the 2+ year COVID Pandemic, digital transformation is accelerating in Cyprus and other countries in Europe. According to Statista, global retail ecommerce reached $ 4.9 trillion in 2021, and is forecast to reach $ 7.4 trillion by 2025.

Digital transformation is also seen in other domains: in the switch to online entertainment via e-gaming or Netflix; in online food ordering; in online travel and banking; and a range of other applications.

Digital transformation addresses the changes associated with the application of digital technology in all aspects of human society. Our training programme supports enterprises in migrating online using practical and tangible strategies, tools and tactics.

Topics covered during the training included:

  • Customer demographics: What is a digital native? How do different demographic groups operate online? How do we measure their activities?

  • Working in Internet Time: Internet time is 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year. Customers interact online across all channels.

  • Aligning company strategy and positioning with online presence.

  • Principles of Digital Project Management

  • Waterfall Project Management

  • Agile Project Management

  • Digital Outsourcing and Contracting

  • Using Project & Team Management Software: Asana, Jira, Bitrix

  • Digital Transformation Budgeting & ROI

  • A 5-Year Plan to Digital Transformation

The training was adapted to both entry-level companies (enterprises without a digital transformation strategy, plan or awareness) as well as more mature companies.

Participants in the Navigator Consulting Digital Transformation course included a cross-section of Cypriot enterprises:

  • One of the largest developers in Cyprus;

  • A property management and tourist rental company;

  • A leading vocational training college;

  • A leading consultancies in finance and education and training;

  • A leading energy infrastructure company;

  • One of the largest hospitals and health management organisations in Cyprus;

  • A leading ICT importer and distributor.

The Digital Transformation training programme will be repeated on 18-19 October 2022 at the Nicosia Hilton. For more information, please view our upcoming seminar details here.

If we can support you and your team adapt to and prepare for digital transformation, please contact us for a confidential discussion.

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