Technical services that take advantage of modern digital and data capabilities whilst ensuring both historical and opportunistic infrastructure investments add value.
Digital transformation is not about processes. It’s about its results. It’s about the positive impact on society. It’s about using the right data in the right way at the right time to make a difference.
To do this, organisations are looking to artificial intelligence, cloud computing, big data, and autonomous systems to transform their operations and bottom line. But there needs to be far more questioning of what organisations are trying to achieve, and why. This is because technology delivery alone rarely achieves the desired results.
That’s why the concept of user-centric and consultative design is so essential in giving digital transformation programmes strong foundations, helping it remain true to its aims and creating an enterprise-wide ecosystem that maximises agility. And it’s where Agile delivery and ways-of-working aligned to GDS standards become applicable.
BAE Systems can help
Our insights, combined with deep experience of both planning and delivery, ensure our clients can move clear of legacy frustrations and towards a transformed technology portfolio, one which unlocks the value hidden in established IT systems and deploys digital platforms fit for the future. So we ensure you don’t just have the architecture and tools, but also the right behaviour and culture to effectively make the most from it.
Learn more - explore some of our latest thinking and projects:
- Digital Transformation. Digital transformation is crucial – but organisations in high trust environments can’t afford project failure, downtime or security breaches. At BAE Systems we take a problem-solving approach to truly understand and address our customers’ digital transformation challenges.
- Delivering Education Differently. What Alok Raj lacks in civil service experience is more than made up for by a background shaped by technology and impact. Here, he tells Mivy James of life at the UK’s Department for Education, the importance of strong and adaptable IT infrastructure, and adjusting to working from home.
- Going Digital is one thing, Transformation is quite another. Mivy James explains why genuine transformation requires far more than just digitising outdated processes
- Making the Ministry of Defence more Agile. Agile working is by no means limited to the private sector. Continuing our series examining transformation, Mivy James sits down with the MoD’s Adrian Bailey to talk process, product and pace
- Adapting for Agile: Lessons from the frontline. Changing how an organisation works is not for the faint-hearted, says Iain Abernethy. Here, he shares a few lessons from years on the Agile frontline
- Sea change: Driving digital disruption in the Royal Navy. Colonel Dan Cheesman is a man on a mission – a digital mission. He tells Mivy James about life as the first Chief Technology Officer in the history of the Royal Navy.