Stasis is the enemy of success
Sopra Steria is lucky to work with some the world’s most exciting companies. It’s our job to help them transform digitally, across sectors as diverse as education, hospitality and aerospace. That means our organization is packed with know-how,
experience and progressive thinking. Clients trust us to roll out integrated IT platforms and modernize their application stacks, but they are not always aware of how innovative, disruptive and forward-thinking our organization can be. This is why DigiLabs exists.
In 2014, Eric Maman
— one of our senior innovation consultants — decided to create a dedicated hub ruthlessly focused on innovation: cross-fertilized,
federated, multi-disciplinary. A way for clients to immerse themselves in the wealth of Sopra Steria insight across our areas of expertise, sectors and technologies and turbo-charge their own digital transformation projects to rapidly eliminate waste
and create new value.
He created the first DigiLabs based at our Paris HQ — today we have 24 innovation hubs around the world working as one seamless network from France, Spain and the UK to Germany, Norway, India and Singapore. This series of blogs tells their story
and explains how public and private sector organizations are working with DigiLabs right now to foster creativity, strengthen idea generation and transform perennial operational problems into feasible and profitable new ways of working. Because in today’s fast-moving world, standing still is a dangerous strategy.
Shaping smarter thinking, together
Delivering tech for tech’s sake is not the DigiLab way. Instead we shape innovation around our customers’ most urgent use-cases, asking ourselves: can we harness the best of what’s out there to craft robust new approaches and think in
exciting new ways about their challenges, audiences and stakeholders?
Through the DigiLab experience, customers work with our expert teams to:
- Brainstorm creatively around technology, people and process
- Identify pains and weakness with field observation and interviews
- Anticipate new uses of performance-enhancing technologies
- Create robust use-cases for innovation, supported by best-practice learning
- Cross-fertilize insight from sectors to adapt and optimize solution design
- Roll out innovation enterprise-wide and keep it current as the world changes
Authored by Stephen Readman