BPM a year in review 2016
Blog: End to End BPM
During 2016 we heard a lot about digital transformation, considered as the new Industrial Revolution 4.0, providing the catalyst for new business models, products, services and customer experiences that impact not only businesses but society overall. The societal impact will not reach the end of property or the end of financial flows or money but will increase the power of commons in a more open society.
Technology is playing an increasing role in everything we do, collectively with our customers shaping growth, disrupting industry landscapes and providing the catalyst for change. The ability to connect and manage all assets, products, employees and customers globally, like a network, has not really ever been possible or feasible, as well. Why is this important? Because we are definitively in the era of the platform. We cannot optimize parts of the platform once we will sub-optimize the whole. We cannot be solely focused on social listening and incorporate it in customer and marketing management, we must listen and empower the commons to participate in the creation of changing business models and promote the efficiency of the ecosystem we belong. Recently, Tesla provided what is leading trough digital transformation. Sparked by a customer complain, that could not use the vehicle charging bays, in 6 days only, Tesla re-invented the service and induced efficiency and increased customer satisfaction as follows. As the Tesla example shows, digital transformation is about move beyond just thinking about our customers and start thinking like them, or if you prefer, put in your customer shoes.
We designed the Supercharger network to enable a seamless, enjoyable road trip experience. […] we understand that it can be frustrating to arrive at a station only to discover fully charged Tesla cars occupying all the spots. To create a better experience […] we’re introducing a fleet-wide idle fee that aims to increase Supercharger availability. […] The Tesla app allows […] alerting them when their charge is nearly complete and again once fully charged. For every additional minute a car remains connected to the Supercharger, it will incur a $0.40 idle fee. If the car is moved within 5 minutes, the fee is waived.