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Kinetic Enterprises maintain market-paced momentum by shifting their mindset away from yesterday’s “built to last” perspective toward tomorrow’s “built to evolve” imperative. In addition, Kinetic Enterprises demonstrate four key qualities. They are:
Road to becoming a Kinetic Enterprise™
One of the critical focuses for Kinetic Enterprises is leveraging enterprise resource planning (ERP) as an essential foundation for achieving the kinetic state. For Kinetic Enterprises, ERP isn’t just another tool to be plugged into the corporate network or simple management software for routine business activities. Rather, it is the enabling digital foundation that, if leveraged correctly, enables them to capture the benefits of momentum and change. Additionally, for companies still determining how to manage technology disruption, ERP that is properly planned and cloud-enabled for flexibility can give them the power to reimagine themselves as Kinetic Enterprises.
Cloud ERP-as-a-service: Becoming a growth driver
A recent Deloitte survey showcased that almost half of private companies that participated in the survey confirmed spending more than 5% of their firm’s revenue on technology. However, many are still looking for solutions that can help them quickly respond to change, accelerate momentum, and improve the frequency of innovation.
Cloud ERP-as-a-service delivery models offer specific benefits for private companies that need to respond quickly to rapid growth or changing market conditions, especially disruptions that can impede momentum if not appropriately handled. To learn how ERP-as-a-service can help you fast-track ERP transformation, read our article on cloud ERP-as-service and our full report here.
As the chief cloud strategy officer for Deloitte Consulting LLP, David is responsible for building innovative technologies that help clients operate more efficiently while delivering strategies that enable them to disrupt their markets. David is widely respected as a visionary in cloud computing—he was recently named the number one cloud influencer in a report by Apollo Research. For more than 20 years, he has inspired corporations and start-ups to innovate and use resources more productively. As the author of more than 13 books and 5,000 articles, David’s thought leadership has appeared in InfoWorld, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, NPR, Gigaom, and Lynda.com. Prior to joining Deloitte, David served as senior vice president at Cloud Technology Partners, where he grew the practice into a major force in the cloud computing market. Previously, he led Blue Mountain Labs, helping organizations find value in cloud and other emerging technologies. He is a graduate of George Mason University.
Chris serves as the Commercial Go-To-Market leader for Converge Industries and is the US technology leader for Deloitte Private within Deloitte Consulting, LLP. He’s responsible for Deloitte’s go-to-market approach across Converge Industries Hybrid Businesses and Consulting’s technology related services within the high growth and Private Company space. His expertise is in technology strategy, IT risk, early stage business start-up’s, business to technology alignment, alliance and ecosystem GTM strategy. Chris has served clients globally and led multinational teams to develop technology and business value.
Drew Scaggs is principal in Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Enterprise performance. Drew brings over 25 years of experience across various global industries including financial services, consumer, technology, manufacturing, and industrials. Drew advises top companies executives on their transformation experience, implementing new and innovative technologies, and how to continue to get value out of their investment over time. His deep expertise and knowledge are around transformation helps organizations shift business priorities to business outcomes and deliver higher performance. Drew, in personal time, loves spending time with his family, coaching sports, and playing golf.