Innovation Deal is a global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in Agile methodology, change management, strategy consulting and digital transformation. Combining unmatched experience and specialized skills across many industries and all business functions.
Innovation Deal drives progress around the world, help our clients become leaders wherever they choose to compete. Innovation Deal invests in innovation and outstanding people of diverse talents and backgrounds and empowers them to achieve more than they could elsewhere. Our work combines advice with action and integrity. We believe that when our clients and society are stronger, so are we.
Innovation Deal built on a Big Data/IoT platform that leverages machine learning, semantic analysis, and natural language processing tools for capturing, augmenting, cleaning, searching, visualizing and sharing company information.
Innovation Deal works at the intersection of business and technology to help clients improve their performance and create sustainable value for their stakeholders.
Present and future shifts and changes, leading to the necessity of a faster deployment of a digital and agile transformation strategy, can be induced by several causes, often at the same time, on the levels of customer behavior and expectations, new economic realities, societal shifts, ecosystem industry disruption and emerging or existing digital technologies. In practice, end-to-end customer experience optimization, operational flexibility and innovation, are key drivers of digital and agile transformation, along with the development of new revenue sources and information-powered ecosystems of value, leading to business model transformations. The customer doesn’t want to see or experience how we are organized. He wants to be seen as a person and wants to find what he needs fast. Today Organizations should be Customer-centricity also means having a decent product or service to start with. If you look at product-centricity as focusing too much on the product or look at organisation-centricity instead of the customer, then you fail of course!