Today’s digital disruptive age has made it imperative for businesses to rethink the way they engage with customers to deliver value through their product and services. To help customers become fit for the future in every aspect of their business they are looking at strategy through execution to help drive benefits. Whether it is building resilient supply chains, building digital finance, workforce for the future, smart manufacturing or customer centricity, customers are going to leverage technology in a big way to enable them to embrace this journey. The pandemic and the new normal has only accelerated the need for the transformation.
The digital journey of every organisation is different and while some have evolved in their path, in our experience, a number of businesses have a fair distance to cover before they realise their full potential and make this their priority.
As one of the leading transformation consultancies in India, PwC’s integrated solutions approach help drive sustained outcomes as you look to transform your business and become fit for future
We believe that transformation is a major shift in an organisation's capabilities and identity so that it can deliver valuable results, relevant to its purpose, that it couldn't master before. You might never use the word “transformation” because mastering change becomes second nature to your people, not something imposed on them. Successful transformations should do more than achieve the end state – they must build both a transformation capability and organisational agility.
Explore our perspectives below to learn more about how we’re approaching transformation differently... and why we think we can help you succeed.
Four building blocks that are essential to every major change effort.
PwC’s transformation services in India architect solutions with a focus on ‘user adoption’ and value realisation and help companies navigate complex transformational journeys riding on the digital wave. The firm’s business transformation services gives you the edge you need in this disruptive age.
Grow faster, enhance customer experience, strengthen sales and distribution and tap into new revenue opportunities with one of the leading customer-led transformation firms in India
Optimise supply chain planning and execution processes and operating model to optimise service levels, costs & working capital
Connect and optimise your physical assets & Infrastructure – Products, Plants / Factories and People using emerging technologies
Transform the HR function and Employee Experience, including the HR operating model, Shared services constructs, processes, leveraging cloud-based digital / technology
Design and implement a “future-ready finance function” using digital technologies to be cost effective business partners and drive strategic value
Re-engineer, simplify and harmonise processes and implement Core Cloud-based ERP Platforms to deliver sustainable value
At PwC, we help you reimagine your business strategy and operating model through the human-centric lens while leveraging a broad spectrum of digital technologies which break silos and inspire new ways of working. With our BXT (Business Experience Technology) approach, we bring together the best of what PwC has to with agility and efficiency as we build individual experiences to enable organisations become fit for growth.
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