JNR Management embedding innovative technologies to become more technologically and digitally focused


JNR Management embedding innovative technologies to become more technologically and digitally focused

PRASHANT JAIN Founder, JNR Management



Digital transformation involves using digital technologies to remake a process to become more efficient or effective. JNR’s idea behind digital transformation is to use technology not just to replicate an existing service in a digital form, but to use technology to transform that service into something significantly better. Digital transformation is not just about the technology but changing the business processes an organization works in and corporate culture is just as vital to the success of the digital transformation initiatives. Digital transformation projects are often a way for large and established organizations to compete with nimbler, digital-only rivals. These projects tend to be large in scope and ambition but are not without risks.

  •  Rethinking business models and processes and generating new ideas and ways for digital transformation
  •  Turning good ideas into digital transformation objectives keeping the company’s objectives in mind
  •  Filling the gap between innovation and execution with a few of the most effective digital strategies
  •  The transition of legacy systems to cloud platforms. By moving older systems to the cloud, it becomes easier for organizations to update and change applications in response to new user demands.
  •  Making an IT operation process much more efficient & effective.
  •  Using digital technology to change or remove an inefficient working process and transforming the traditional ways of interaction with customers/clients into a virtual relationship



Digital transformation is the process of embedding innovative technologies into all aspects of business, from daily operations to strategic decision-making. So, in order to become more technologically and digitally focused, the company is taking a paradigm shift from traditional to digital. Also, a culture shift towards digital transformation and rethinking of ways a company should work. It has already adopted certain ideas and plans to transform business processes digitally and is changing these business processes as per the trend. Also, the company has a certain level of flexibility in the business processes to change them anytime as per present or future requirements/trends


Digital transformation strategies were fast-forwarded at breakneck speed. Executive teams that might once have hesitated over the implementation of a multi-year investment in video-conferencing and collaborative technologies, tasked their IT departments with establishing remote-working strategies in days or even hours.


  1. Core operations: transforming them from physical to digital by either reshaping how the value is delivered or what is delivered
  2. Experience: reconsidering the customer/partner and employee experience as a solid experience-feedback mechanism
  3. IT infrastructure: adoption of available cloud-based tools to operate software, build and seamlessly integrate new applications, store/retrieve data, and compute
  4. Information management and analytics: building a datadriven organization where decision-making relies heavily on insights obtained from gathered data
  5. Marketing IT security services digitally: sharing the information related to IT security services and marketing them on digital platforms.
  6. Action: action plays a critical role in unlocking the digital transformation. It is using data that can give them insights and requires actions for the relevant skills, processes, and change management.


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