IDC framework outlines key performance indicators to measure digital transformation performance

International Data Corporation (IDC) unveiled the industry´s first DX performance scorecard to provide the dimensions of high performance through a series of success metrics and its key performance indicators (KPIs), the company said.

Unlike anything else in the industry, the new scorecard is a necessary tool to understand the scope and impact of DX, facilitate an in-depth analysis of DX investments relative to strategic enterprise priorities, and identify both and trailing indicators.

The goal of DX is to ensure the long-term competitiveness of the organization by exploiting 3rd Platform technologies and capabilities. To achieve this goal, organizations should benchmark themselves against the standards of a digital native enterprise (DNE), defined by IDC as an entity that is able to scale its operations and innovate at a pace that is an order of magnitude greater than traditional businesses.

The new IDC report, Measuring Digital Transformation Performance: Introducing the IDC Digital Native Enterprise Scorecard (Doc #AP43037517), helps organizations effectively benchmark themselves against the standards of a DNE.

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