Digital Transformation as an enabler to create value for your business

We believe that the success of Digital Transformation is measured by the added values it generates for your business.

Technology is a catalyst, however at the center of each transformation you need to consider People and Processes – internal and external.

Let’s partner up and help you get the most out of by developing an individual execution plan that will achieve real value.


At Prometheus we believe that the success of a digital transformation requires the Willingness and Committment of your employees to adapt to changes. It is crucial to empower employees to drive this change forward.

Below are some of the areas we engage our customers in for any transformation initiative:

Change Impact Analysis
Identify employee groups who are affected of by the change, understand how/where/when it impacts them and define a plan to mitigate resistance.

Use communication channels to regularly and clearly inform what it is we are trying to achieve. Describe how this is going to enable the employees to work smarter to overcome concerns and get their buy-in.

Provide a continuous learning and user engagement through tools such as WalkMe, ongoing self-learning, self-help (e.g. FAQs) and learning communities.


When re-engineering your processes to fully or partially digitize them and make sure to not only consider savings but also the User Experience (UX) part of it.

At Prometheus we believe that reducing costs is only one of many benefits of a successful Digital Transformation Strategy. We engage our customers to make them understand that it also an opportunity to become more effective by putting the User Experience (UX) at the center of any digitalization process considerations.

A successful Digital Strategy requires that every process is examined to really understand the pain points in the business process and capture the essence of user activity.

This helps our customer to refine the definition of the problem and a determine solution vision.


“When you digitize a shitty process, you have a shitty digital process” (Thorsten Dirks – CEO Telefonica)


Technology is the key and core of your digital strategy. But do not implement technical solutions just for the purpose of being digital or cloud.

It is important to define your functional strategy and architecture, first before selecting your technology platforms. Technology should follow your business.

This does not mean that you should not leverage new technologies like Big Data, Artificial Intelligence (AI) or Software as a Service. But you need to make sure that it fits to your demand and challenges.

We recommend to follow a stacked approve:

Functional Design / Architecture
You need to define what are goals you want to achieve (e.g. automate processes, unified user experience, data driven projections) and design your functional architecture.

Technical Architecture
As a next step you need to identify what kind of technologies can help you realize your designed architecture (e.g. a workflow automation tool, a one-stop shop frontend with self services and self help for employees, a centralized data store collecting all relevant HR data + a prediction tool).

Solution decision
Now that you know what kind of technology you need to create the value for your business, you need to identify software and hardware partners (e.g. ServiceNow, SAP Hana) and get procurement and paperwork done. Always make sure that you do not get trapped in a provider and that you can easily move your data.