In the rush to digitisation and greater agility, organisations across sectors have moved significant parts of their infrastructure to cloud. But is this delivering the expected benefits?
For many businesses it is not.
The 2019 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey revealed only 21% of UK CIOs believe that their organisations is very or extremely effective at reporting business outcome-based metrics for technology projects, while only 5% believed they were extremely effective at maximising value from digital technology.
For many businesses, despite a move to the cloud, customer journeys remain unchanged, business processes are barely affected and time to market has not materially improved. Cost savings are not being realised on the anticipated scale either.
For most, the focus of cloud migration was understood as simply managing the move and to ‘get it done’ within timescales and budget. But now this has been achieved, or is actively in progress, increasing numbers of organisations are asking themselves how they can get better value from their move to the cloud.
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