Why is digital transformation so hard?
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION (DT) is a widely shared goal among organizations across every single industry. Gartner has reported that nearly nine out of every ten senior business leaders cite large-scale digitization as a company priority. However, the same report goes on to note that only 40% of their organizations are where they want to be when it comes to digital initiatives.
The reason for this gap between ambition and reality is that so many obstacles to DT remain. Even though we are living in a period of profound technological advancements, business is steeped in the much longer legacy of analog processes. Furthermore, there are acknowledged costs and migration hurdles associated with DT that have prevented even the most committed, forward-thinking organizations from realizing their digitization goals.
Understanding these high-level pain points helps us better identify the right way to address them.
For many organizations, paper continues to underpin every aspect of their operations, from contracts and invoices to employee HR files. Even outside of official documentation and record keeping, paper dominates the office. Just think of the last time you might have printed a routine email, as if having the hard copy somehow made it more legible or real. Adopting paperless workflows is therefore one of the most significant psychological and operational barriers to DT.
High Costs of Services
Given the complexity of DT, it’s not uncommon for digitalization solutions to command a premium. Some vendors also aren’t above exploiting the need for certain services, such as digital signatures, and charge disproportionate fees for their use. Storage is another factor that goes hand in hand with digital content, and the size of the digital document repository—now and in the future—is a long-term budgeting consideration.
Manual Business Processes
Because of paper’s outsized influence, many business processes are rooted in manual actions, such as physically stamping a document to mark it as paid or received. As a result, DT involves more than just rethinking how paper documents could be transitioned to digital versions. It means re-envisioning deeply embedded habits and workflows—or even an entire corporate culture.
Fragmentation is a common by product of having multiple digitization solutions or a large suite of apps with specialized functionality. For obvious reasons, this can have a negative impact on usability. Apps from different vendors might suffer from a lack of interoperability. Too many apps from the same vendor can be confusing and overwhelming for end users. This can introduce inefficiency when the larger aim of DT is typically process streamlining.
Any digitization solution, however large or small, must be managed. The question is, to what extent? That comes down to the scope of the hardware and software infrastructure that the solution requires. If it calls for a fleet of servers and a dedicated team of admins to oversee content and regulate user activity, an organization could be looking at investing major ongoing resources well beyond the initial costs of procurement.
With the average cost of a data breach amounting to almost $4 million in 2020 (for the healthcare industry, this figure rises to more than $7 million), it’s not surprising that many organizations want to be certain that DT will actually mitigate risk rather than compound it.
Vasion understands these common obstacles to Digital Transformation and has designed its platform to help minimize and in some cases eliminate them. This white paper provides a substantial overview of the key features and core technologies that enable Vasion to facilitate digital transformation in any organization.
Eliminate Paper and Paper-Reliant Practices
BACK IN 1975, a Business Week article titled “The Office of the Future” speculated that paperless processes could soon become the norm. More than four decades on, a survey from retail management software provider Maplewave found that only 3% of businesses have fully managed to eradicate paper. Meanwhile, some businesses have increased their paper consumption by as much as 20%.
Managing paper documents is almost synonymous with inefficiency and waste. In addition to consuming staff resources and physical storage space, paper files require a colossal investment of time and effort— not to mention double the storage space—to back them up. They are also easily misplaced and almost impossible to search unless they’ve already been partially digitized.
All of this leads to higher operating costs, reduced productivity and increased liability for businesses.
The Vasion platform creates a bridge between the chaotic paper-based workplace of the past and the efficient paperless office that thought leaders foresaw several decades ago. The first step is to digitize your existing paper documents using Vasion Capture.
How do I digitize my existing paper documents?
Vasion seamlessly integrates with your desktop scanning devices and control panels on network devices like MFPs. It even has an app that allows you to scan documents from your mobile device into defined storage locations and workflows
What about my existing digital documents?
Vasion has a rich set of API integrations that allow you to send digital documents and information directly into secure storage locations or workflows. Digital documents will be made fully searchable and have key fields automatically applied to increase searchability and integrate with different lines of third-party business applications.
- Easily convert any paper document into a fully searchable digital version
- Intelligently extract key information and apply fields to digital documents
- Automatically apply business logic to route documents to secure storage locations, or digital workflows
- Integrate with existing applications via the robust Vasion API
- Enjoy a unified experience for every document interaction (e.g., Capture, e-signature, content management, printing)
Leveraging the Convenience of E-Forms
IN ADDITION TO DOCUMENT, capture through scanning, Vasion allows organizations to take documents online through mobile-aware e-forms.
E-forms are superior to classic paper forms for several reasons. They are more secure. They offer more flexibility and accessibility. They can integrate with business software for extensibility. They also remove the possibility of data-entry errors due to illegibility. Utilizing electronic forms reduces the costs of printing, mailing and processing as well.
Vasion Forms provides all these advantages and more. In a matter of minutes, almost anyone in your organization can create custom digital forms using a no-code, drag-and-drop forms designer. Once the forms are created, they can be published privately or embedded on an intranet or internet website. Any user given access can then fill out and sign the forms using any modern browser.
Where can I route information submitted to Vasion Forms?
The variety of options here is one of the chief benefits of e-forms. Information can automatically flow into a pre-existing table or database. Information can be saved as a document or key fields can be populated in an existing PDF template. Responses can be routed to specific recipients or departments. Or the information can be analyzed and rendered using sophisticated AI engines. There are very few limits on how the captured e-form data can be routed or processed.
Is Vasion forms secure?
Information collected through Vasion’s e-forms is encrypted and automatically routed into secure storage, workflows or third-party applications according to your business needs. These methods exceed compliance standards and add new levels of visibility that enhance audit trails, reporting and security policies.
Is my digital information compliant?
Vasion encrypts data in transit and at rest. You can easily configure and automate document retention and access policies that meet your requirements. Also, document history and audit trails allow you to see who has viewed, emailed, printed or modified fields and when.
- Convert paper forms into digital versions
- Enabled advanced capabilities like calculations, autofill and validation
- Integrate forms into workflows and apps
- Embed e-forms onto intranet and internet sites
- Securely configure e-forms for public access
- Create single and multi-page digital forms
- Capture and search data efficiently
- Capture e-signatures and digital consent
Expediting Authorization with E-Signatures
THE BACK-AND-FORTH process of collecting “wet” (that is, ink on paper) signatures is time consuming and fundamentally paper intensive. Both of those equate to extra costs in materials and lost productivity. In fact, according to a topical 2020–21 analysis roundup from software discovery and research platform Finances Online, businesses reported a total savings of anywhere from 55 to 78% after migrating to e-signature solutions. Aside from eliminating the inefficiency and waste of traditional methods, e-signatures open new possibilities for automation. They can connect to robust workflows within the Vasion platform or even integrate with other applications. E-signatures can take multiple forms depending on the use case, and they can be created or extended through simple drag-and-drop configuration. Paper signatures are also a known security risk. With more and more of our lives exposed—intentionally or not—on social media, it is easier for malicious actors to trawl online photos and documents to create forged signatures. E-signature can be controlled and validated through secure public key infrastructure (PKI) cryptographic encryption. Additionally, digital documents can use eSeals to affirm their authenticity.
Governments around the world have long recognized the merits of e-signatures and have enacted legislation to codify their use. Since 2000, the US government has abided by the terms set forth in the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) Act. The Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA), which was originally adopted the previous year, established a common set of standards for electronic signatures.
Does the security mean compromising on ease of use?
Not at all. By incorporating secure e-signatures in custom Vasion workflows, organizations can remove several cumbersome steps from their business processes. Instead of tedious rounds of external postage or inter-office circulation, digital documents can be automatically routed to the right people at the right time for instant approval and authorization. E-Signature takes the “Sign Here!” guesswork out of signature-gathering and reduces the likelihood of data entry errors.
How does Vasion E-Signature help with compliance?
Unlike ink signatures, e-signatures with Vasion contain a constellation of important metadata. The who, what, when and where of every interaction is visible in the signature history. Along with the granular access policies and robust reporting that are available in Vasion, effortless auditing of this kind encourages individual as well as organizational accountability by building it into the process itself.
- Secure, compliant e-signatures
- Support internal & external users
- Route documents for multiple signers
- Add digital signature zones to any document
- Include signatures into existing workflows
Optimizing Content Management & Storage
JUST BECAUSE A DOCUMENT is digitized does not mean it is organized. In order to prevent digital repositories from mirroring the disorderliness and lack of transparency of paper files, a rich, intuitive content-management system is an absolute must. Without it, organizations can be subject to security risks, compliance discrepancies as well as all the inefficiencies that DT is supposed to eliminate
What should your ideal content-management system look like?
First, users of any technical skill level need to be able to obtain precise information wherever and whenever they need it. End-user frustration is one of the top threats to successful DT migration. Second, access to those documents and their information must still be tightly controlled to meet or exceed all compliance standards. Otherwise, it could expose your organization to major data loss and liabilities. Lastly, administration must be a non-issue. Time spent dealing with finicky configurations or downtime can offset the advantages of digital transformation. Thanks to features like AI-powered data extraction and secure centralized management, Vasion Storage provides all three of these key aspects.
To find and manage content, however, it first must be stored somewhere.
Vasion Storage gives you complete control over where your cloud-hosted data is stored. Organizations can choose to store their data in Vasion Drive or keep their content in popular cloud storage solutions like Google Drive, OneDrive or Box. Features like document encryption (AES 256- bit), audit history, retention policies and access control are standard across these platforms.
How can I find specific content in Vasion?
For targeted queries, Vasion has straightforward full-text and field-based searching that can be customized and saved according to user needs. Additionally, content within Vasion Storage can be browsed and navigated through a traditional folder-tree structure.
Do I also have the option of hosting my digital content?
The choice is yours. Vasion offers a SaaS platform with automatic backups and encryption, or you can host Vasion on your own private cloud or local instance. The SaaS environment provides an uptime service-level agreement (SLA) of 99.7% (excluding any scheduled maintenance windows), and the Vasion team fully manages the hosting infrastructure. Leading cloud-storage solutions like Google Drive, OneDrive or Box are all Vasion certified. You can even mix and match. For example, you might choose to store highly sensitive data on Vasion Drive and regular business documents in Google Drive
What features do I sacrifice if I choose a certified cloud provider instead?
Opting for one storage location over another has two potential impacts on the available features. If you choose to use Vasion Storage, then the files can be encrypted both in transit and at rest. The second difference is that Vasion also manages all the storage backups for Vasion Storage. Should you choose to use third-party cloud storage, you will need to manage your own backups. Vasion Storage enables you to securely manage all your content regardless of where you choose to host your document repository.
What security measures are in place to safeguard content?
As noted above, Vasion encrypts your data both in transit and at rest using the trusted AES 256-bit algorithm. Centralized management also lends itself to secure practices because it provides comprehensive system-level oversight and control. Using the Vasion interface, you can configure and automate strict document retention and access policies that meet your specific requirements. Furthermore, the built-in document history and audit trails offer transparent insight into when digital documents were viewed or modified and by whom
- Store content as a whole in one or more cloud-storage solutions
- Find files across multiple repositories using the global search tool
- Save money on data costs by choosing optimal storage solutions(s)
- Easily import or transfer content from one storage solution to another
- Encrypt folders and documents using the powerful 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
Automating Processes with Workflows
IN A COLLECTION OF studies on the benefits of robotic process automation (RPA), leading companies in that industry found that 22% of employees’ time was spent performing repetitive tasks. For every 100 steps in those tasks, the employees were likely to make an average of ten errors. In short, manual business processes waste time twice over: once on the initial execution, and again when identifying and correcting the inevitable mistakes.
Properly configured digital workflows can solve both of these issues. They cut down on the morale-sapping productivity drain of repetitive tasks and remove human error at the same time. In automating the various processes involved in moving documents to the right people for review, analysis, processing or approval, they help promote speed as well as accuracy.
Just like Vasion Forms, Vasion Workflow provides a no-code, intuitive design interface that empowers anyone to create a scalable digital workflow in a matter of minutes. As a unified platform, Vasion also enables these custom workflows to tap into other key features. This means that a single workflow can integrate electronic forms, e-signatures, content management functions, printing and even third-party application integrations.
While employees universally appreciate the time-saving convenience of process automation, they still want to be able to monitor and engage with those processes. That is why Vasion features an intuitive end-user Workspace. This is a user dashboard that shows the current status of all workflows, tasks and assignments. In the Vasion Workspace, employees are informed and accountable.
What gains will we see from Vasion Workflow?
Digital workflows help to eliminate the hassle of physically transporting paper files as well as the likelihood of misplacing or misfiling them. Through features like parallel routing, two different parties can work with the same document at the same time—an impossibility in paper-based processes. Automation also keeps processes from stalling due to oversight or inaction. Along with saving time and money, all this minimizes security risks and strengthens compliance initiatives
Does Vasion Workflow take away control from employees?
The only thing Vasion Workflow takes away from employees is the time-consuming process of repetitive tasks; it gives them more control and engagement where they want it. For instance, a workflow can be configured to notify users via email as soon as they have a new task, even if they are out of the office. Employees can also see the real-time status of a workflow and determine its progress as well as exactly who is responsible for next steps.
- Create workflows intuitively & easily
- Visualize the status of workflows & tasks
- Systematize approvals & compliance
- Integrate with LOB processes & apps
- Track mission-critical information
- Secure vital processes & data
Minimizing Printing and Print Management
ONE OF THE MISCONCEPTIONS about digital transformation is that it is an immediate, all-or-nothing process. The truth is that digital transformation is much more gradual. It can take years, and it is subject to changing conditions such as current priorities, budgeting and industry trends.
The term digital maturity has emerged as a way to capture how far along an organization might be in its own DT. Perhaps not surprisingly, a Deloitte analysis found a striking correlation between digital maturity and financial performance. More mature organizations reported roughly 45% higher net revenue growth and higher net profit margins above baseline.
Which brings us to a major roadblock to the process of digital transformation: printing. In and of itself, print volume is not necessarily the best yardstick for digital maturity. Even the most advanced, bleeding-edge organizations will continue to use paper in some capacity. When calculating digital maturity, what matters far more is how much legacy print infrastructure remains. Is an organization still using print servers? To what extent has print management been moved to the cloud? Has the printer fleet been right-sized, or are there dozens (or even hundreds) of shared MFPs and personal printers?
How many resources are being channeled into keeping the print environment running?
Vasion Print helps organizations advance in their digital transformation by minimizing conventional printing, reducing print infrastructure and streamlining print management. It makes print processes part of DT by folding them into digital workflows. And my capturing and archiving sensitive print jobs, Vasion Print creates a secure, touchless printing experience for your users while meeting compliance guidelines.
Does our organization need to deploy special servers or infrastructure?
No. As a matter of fact, it is precisely the opposite. Vasion Print is designed to shrink the overall footprint of your print infrastructure up to and including optimization of your printer fleet. That equals less maintenance, lower IT overhead, higher print availability and fewer print-related calls to the helpdesk. All of which ultimately boosts your bottom line.
Is Vasion Print compatible with all types of printers?
Vasion Print supports any networked printer—even legacy devices. Vasion keeps pace with the latest technology, so newer printing devices will benefit from advanced functionality like control panel applications and other modern features.
- Print to digital workflows & storage
- Automate output management via workflows
- Archive PDF versions of any or all print jobs
- Assign searchable attributes to printed files
- Eliminate Print Servers
- Reduce print-related help desk calls
Improving Visibility and Security
PREVIOUS SECTIONS IN this solution overview white paper have touched on broader digitalization concepts like reporting, automation and authentication. This section delves into a bit more detail on how they are implemented in Vasion.
Vasion has detailed built-in reporting capabilities. Reports can be configured according to storage folder, workflow, date, field value and other parameters. For example, a report on a particular folder would chronicle all activity associated with that object during a given date range: who accessed it, the date and time of access, what changes were made and so forth.
Although reporting is generally an administrative function, Vasion allows admins to give end users permission to run and schedule reports.
SUPPORTED CATEGORIES OF REPORTING
- User reports
- Document reports
- Audit reports
- Workflow reports
- Custom reports
- Scheduled reports
Removing manual interventions from routine processes is one of the main drivers of DT. Digital Automation is integral to every aspect of Vasion and has been designed into its core feature set.
With Vasion’s intuitive automation capabilities, authorized users can configure and schedule different job types to automatically process documents, generate reports, trigger database lookups for validation and launch workflows.
COMMON USES OF AUTOMATED FUNCTIONS IN VASION
- Scheduling retention policies for compliance
- Automating OCR and barcode processes
- Scheduling database lookups
- Scheduling import/export jobs
- Scheduling and sending of reports
- Moving content according to certain criteria
- Starting workflows
A major incentive for DT is the myriad security benefits it brings—particularly at a time when so many organizations are adopting no-compromise policies like zero trust. From its native support for single sign-on (SSO) to its tight integration with Active Directory, Vasion gives organizations the freedom to configure access in ways that are flexible, seamless and above all secure. That combination keeps documents locked down without sacrificing convenience or productivity.
Vasion integrates with several popular software and SaaS-based solutions. One example of this might be the use of a database lookup to pull in key fields from another line of business applications and apply the entries to a piece of Vasion-managed content. Another integration is the ability to be able to save a file directly into Vasion from a third-party software application suite like Microsoft Office. Vasion has a set of browser-based and mobile API calls that allow for easier integration with third-party business applications.
CURRENT AUTHENTICATION MECHANISMS AND INTEGRATIONS:
- Secure Vasion Login
- Active Directory and SAML 2.0 integration
- Cloud storage with major providers
- Microsoft Office add-nis
- Microsoft Dynamics
How Vasion Promotes Compliance
AS MORE AND MORE stringent document handling and privacy laws have come into effect all over the world, organizations across industries are now required to process and manage documents with more care than ever.
Whether intentional or accidental, any failure to comply with these regulations runs the risk of severe penalties. The most obvious of these penalties come in the form of fines or levies. However, breaches of trust have the potential to do far more lasting damage to an organization’s reputation with its customers as well as its peers.
From a financial standpoint, compliance as a practice just makes sense. Multiple studies have found that an organization’s security effectiveness score (SES) has an inverse relationship with the organization’s cost of compliance—which is to say that it costs less to rigorously adhere to regulations than loosely observe them. A 2017 Ponemon Institute report commissioned by Globalscape found that the costs of non-compliance are 2.71 times greater than the costs of compliance when factoring in business disruption, lost productivity, decreased revenue and related fines or settlements.
One of the key benefits of implementing Vasion’s digital document solution is its robust records management capabilities. Vasion provides your organization with the tools to make compliance a matter of course rather than a constant worry.
Below we provide a brief overview of some of the legislation that may impact your document-handling policies. Through its flexible workflows, reports, authentication and other features, your Vasion implementation can be configured to support those policies and maintain strict compliance with industry regulations.
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 21 Part 11
Title 21 CFR Part 11, often abbreviated to just “Part 11,” is the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that establishes the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations on electronic records and electronic signatures, or ERES. It defines the criteria that electronic records and electronic signatures must fulfill to be considered trustworthy, reliable and equivalent to paper records.
The organizations that are most likely to be subject to Part 11 include drug makers, medical device manufacturers, biotech companies, contract research organizations (CROs) and other businesses that fall under FDA jurisdiction. Part 11 stipulates that these organizations implement controls for the software and other systems that are used to process the data they are required to maintain according to FDA predicate rules. These predicate rules are established in legislation such as the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act; the Public Health Service Act; and other regulations.
The Part 11 controls that organizations are required to implement can consist of audits, validations, audit trails, electronic signatures and related documentation. By contrast, the predicate rules tend to concern the records themselves, such as which records must be maintained and for how long, or whether signatures are required.
Along with its robust e-signature capabilities, Vasion’s built-in auditing functionality is especially useful for Part 11 compliance. Vasion provides detailed audit logs of a document’s history as well as the complete activity of each user. That makes it possible for auditors to track who accessed a document as well as when and by whom it was viewed, modified, printed, emailed and so on. Likewise, reports may be run by user, activity and date range.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act, also known simply as SOX, is legislation that is designed to protect shareholders as well as the general public from accounting mistakes and fraudulent practices in the enterprise. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is responsible for administering the terms set forth in the act by setting deadlines for compliance and publishing rules on requirements.
SOX is not so concerned with the details of how records are stored but with which records must be maintained and the duration of their storage. It mandates that all business records, including electronic records and messages, must be saved for “not less than five years.” As a result, this has a bearing on an organization’s accounting department as well as the IT department. Each has to find ways to maintain a corporate records archive that are both cost-effective and adhere to the strict terms laid out by the legislation. Organizations that fail to comply with SOX face fines, imprisonment or both.
Vasion enables organizations to mitigate the risks of SOX non-compliance by creating secure, highly manageable archives for digital documents that are easily searchable for the purposes of auditing and reporting.
The United States Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996
Organizations that operate in the medical or healthcare industries are keenly aware of HIPAA guidelines. Their administrative practices are often carried out with HIPAA compliance as the number-one priority.
Although HIPAA is used as a blanket term, its data security and privacy implications largely stem from Title II of the act, which deals with the standardization of healthcare-related information systems. HIPAA mandates standardized formats for all patient health, administrative and financial data; unique identifiers for each healthcare entity (including individuals, employers, health plans and health care providers); and security mechanisms to ensure confidentiality and data integrity for any personally identifying information. Its aim is to foster data portability while heightening the security of its exchange and the confidentiality of its contents.
Vasion enables organizations to easily enforce HIPAA regulations surrounding the security of records. As a secure system, users require authorized, password-protected access to the Vasion solution. Once they have successfully authenticated themselves, further restrictions can be enacted to limit access to specific folders, searches, workflows and documents. Should a user have access to a document, that user can be granted anything from “read only” permissions right up to full admin privileges.
With the choice of over fifty different security roles in each Vasion user profile, it is very simple to make sure that information is used only as authorized. These roles affect all document interactions: printing, modifying, markup, copying, deletion, moving, emailing and so forth. Within Vasion, it is even possible to redact and restrict portions of a document 22 from one group of users while another group can view the restricted areas or hidden fields.
The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) of 2009
HITECH was enacted to address some of the shortcomings or loopholes of HIPAA. It expanded the scope of the 1996 legislation to include organizations that are business associates of those who principally manage healthcare records. This means that the circle of those subject to HIPAA compliance moved beyond medical clinics, hospitals, long-term care facilities, pharmacies and medical insurance providers to now include entities like accounting firms, law firms, staffing agencies and billing agencies.
Moreover, while the HITECH Act expanded the reach of HIPAA compliance, it added a new wrinkle to how electronic data is stored. Under HITECH, the option must exist to encrypt the files as well for added security.
Vasion, like most electronic medical data system (EMDS) solutions, normally stores documents in their native format. However, Vasion does provide its users with a standard system option to encrypt/ decrypt folders. The 256-bit encryption does not alter the original file but does add extra security at the folder level to prevent unauthorized access from outside the Vasion solution. Vasion system administrators can choose to decrypt the folder as easily as it was encrypted.
Implementing Vasion is an important step in meeting the challenge of moving to easily accessible electronic medical records (EMR). With multiple levels of security, encryption and full system auditing, a Vasion system implemented to the specifications of your HIPAA compliance policy will help protect your organization from the risks and penalties of falling out of compliance.
Like anything new, digital transformation can be daunting. There are decades, if not centuries, of ingrained paper-reliant practices and analog processes to overcome. An important thing to bear in mind is that an organization’s digital transformation is a journey and not a single leap. Nor does that journey need to begin by tackling the biggest and most complex task in an organization.
This is why a short- and long-term digital transformation plan is necessary. It enables organizations to gain a clearer picture of the path before them and make intentional, iterative progress toward certain milestones. It helps if the first of those milestones is well defined and attainable within a relatively short period of time.
If you have a solid plan that is broken down by key projects or phases, DT does not even have to be hard. Vasion’s comprehensive, unified platform provides your organization with all the necessary tools to take paper-based processes and seamlessly transition them to more efficient, more secure and more cost-effective digital ones.
Just as importantly, Vasion ensures that the human element does not get lost amid your digital transformation. The platform’s drag-and-drop e-form designer, robust workflow tool and intuitive Workspace Conclusion 24 keep ease of use front and center. With Vasion, employees end up feeling more productive and empowered rather than at the mercy of top-down digital initiatives.
And the benefits are worth it. By lifting the cumulative burden of paper and manual processes with a single solution, Vasion accelerates digital maturity. Beyond its proven financial gains, the increased organizational agility makes it easier to implement evolving best practices when it comes to business-critical factors like compliance, scalability and accountability.
See how Vasion can advance Digital Transformation in your own organization.