Technology implementation

Technology drives innovation

It underpins all business functions and enables change at every touchpoint of the value chain and customer journey.

Businesses at the forefront of innovation are using technology to transform their business model, engage with customers in new ways and gain competitive advantage.

Getting your technology right can make or break an organisation. Businesses that respond quickly to technological advances, spot the business opportunity in a new innovation and harness consumer analytics to guide new offerings have the foundation to propel themselves into a prosperous future.

How technology is driving business change

Driving business change

  • Technology is changing not only how business works, but what business does
  • Collaboration and mobility are key to unlocking new ways of working, and technology helps provide the key
  • How staff engage with your core business systems needs to be at the forefront of your mind; seamless experiences make for seamless efficiency
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Transforming finance functions

  • Traditional systems are struggling to provide tools needed for finance functions to meet market demands
  • Leading organisations are transforming their finance functions through social, mobile, analytics and cloud technology
  • These organisations provide innovation and insight with real time data and predictive analytics while simultaneously providing controlled, auditable paperless transactions
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Improving supply chain

  • The Internet of Things is revolutionising the way we think about logistics and supply chains
  • Harnessing progressive technologies like 3D printing and real-time collaboration is key in an on-demand culture and has a direct relavence and place in the supply chain
  • Bringing your customer and their input closer to your design and fulfilment process makes for greater engagement and better CX
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Supporting the tax function of the future

  • Technology is staking a place in organisation's tax function by improving the ability to interrogate source data and rapidly report detailed intelligence from it
  • Using dashboards and visualisation to present large sets of data in a meaningful and engaging fashion helps organisations quickly and efficiently review their activities
  • Technology also brings flexibility to help organisations keep up to date with changing rules and regulation
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How we can help

Embracing technology requires innovation and vision with a view to achieving competitive advantage. We believe that to maximise your investment in technology you must first realise the benefits it can provide, the insights it can bring to your organisation and the agility it has to respond to issues and disruption.

We support businesses as they enable and deliver change within their organisation. Whatever your aim—growing revenue, reducing complexity or integrating new technology—we provide a comprehensive range of services that help you manage your technology implementation requirements and be adaptable to respond to issues as they occur.

Contact us

David Lee

Partner, PwC Ireland (Republic of)

Stephen Walsh

Partner, PwC Ireland (Republic of)

Tel: +353 1 792 6068

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