After reading Tuesday’s blog, you should have a better understanding of what the term Digitalization means and how it differs from Digitization. If you didn’t get to read Tuesday’s blog, click the button below.

Referring to the previous blog, Digitalization is the use of digital technologies and data to create revenue, improve business, and create a digital culture where digital information is at the core. It converts processes to be more efficient, productive, and profitable.

What is the Business Value of Digitalization?

By using digitalized information, you make everyday business practices easier and efficient for all your employees and customers. This will allow everyone to save time, reduce extra costs and ultimately increase revenue.

Employees will more productive and will be able to create value every day because they can communicate with their customers and team more efficiently, by making everything more accessible.

Digitalization also allows businesses to reduce costs and time needed for order fulfillment processes or other paperwork, that can be done digitally, that can help you save time and focus on value-generating interactions with your customers or team members and invest more time into better customer experience.

Digitalization allows every company to have numerous platforms, devices, and interfaces, making data easily accessible.

“Digitalization is transforming the world of work.” 

Digital skills have now become a prerequisite for individual and industry success today.

Automation is a major part of the digitalization story, whether it be shifting work roles or transforming business processes generally. In fact, for many people, digitalization applies primarily to such processes.

“Digitalization … increases process efficiency and improves data transparency.”

How does NRX AssetHub help?

We help our customers ensure that their maintenance and operations staff follow critical steps that affect the safety and operations of the plant when processing notifications, work orders and work order close-outs in their SAP PM system. Maintenance workers no longer have to learn SAP transactions codes to manage work orders or notifications. An easy-to-use interface does most of the work for them, freeing them up to focus on maintenance.

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Stay tuned for next week’s blog to learn about Digital Transformation and how it ties in with Digitization and Digitalization. If you would like to learn more about how NRX AssetHub contact us today!

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