Consulting Best Practices

Transformation Need: Low Cost and High Value

Digital transformation is fueled by the deep-rooted desire of the client for technical advancement to make newer ideas possible. Alongside, the senior executives constantly raise concern over the need to deliver concrete results. None of this is surprising enough. There is adequate evidence of tangible changes around us, but the challenge for consulting firms is to demonstrate if these changes have translated into the substantial increase in business performance. Over that, it is hard to get data about the impact of transformation as the clients and consulting firms keep low-cost and high-value work separate. The inefficiency to fill the gap between low-cost and high-value consulting make it hard for consulting firms to generate the type of evidence clients are looking for. Moreover, it constrains the growth across all transformational markets. To read the original article, click on the following link:


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