Managing Director, London, New York
Technology is advancing at lightning speed. It is enabling organizations and sectors in every industry to reinvent everything from their business and operating models to how they engage with customers and employees.
The "BizTechs" lead their industries
To extract maximum value from technology and digital, companies must firmly fuse business and technology—creating a new kind of organization: A "BizTech."
The best BizTechs possess superior properties and capabilities that give them unprecedented competitive advantage. For instance, they:
No matter where you are in your BizTech transformation, a robust and deep technology strategy is an imperative for growth.
Read more about the creation and transformation to BizTech in this article by our Managing Director, Rob Hornby, The Dangerous Misspeak of Digital Transformation.
Technology has moved from back of business, to underneath business, to being the business.
AlixPartners delivers our suite of Technology & Digital services as a key component of our operational expertise across an array of industries to help organizations transform themselves. In leading companies, technology and digital is not separate, but is infused into operations, strategy and culture.
This integrated alignment creates what we call a BizTech – and is a hallmark of the highest performing firms. We tailor our approach and services to each client’s position along their path of transformation and transition.
We’ve pioneered strategies for companies to improve revenue growth and operational efficiency by:
Born-digital companies—those fountains of innovation capitalizing on exploding technological and analytical capabilities—have transformed industry after industry. They often seem more destined for ongoing success than their born-traditional counterparts (companies arising from the Industrial Age’s pre-Internet economy).
But as our born-digital study shows, many are evolving in self-destructive ways.
We set out to diagnose the problem, identify solutions, and consider what both types of companies can learn from each other—which is a lot.
A tireless advocate for diversity and inclusion in the workplace, Managing Director Angela Zutavern believes that business leaders bear the responsibility to bring out the best in their people.
Read her story.