Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation is the use of new, fast and frequently changing digital technology to solve business problems. It is a foundational change in how an organization delivers value to its customers. Digital transformation marks a radical rethinking of how an organization uses technology, people and processes to fundamentally change business performance.

Digital transformation is already underway, but is not proceeding at the same pace everywhere. According to the McKinsey Global Institute’s 2016 Industry Digitization Index, Europe is currently operating at 12% of its digital potential, while the United States is operating at 18%. Within Europe, Germany operates at 10% of its digital potential, while the United Kingdom is almost on par with the United States at 17%.

Social distancing brought on as a protection from the COVID-19 pandemic is serving to accelerate the need for a business to be digital ready. Customers are turning now more than ever to online presences and digital replacements. With many physical environments under government ordered lock-down, remote work is the only option to keep a business alive. Why just stay alive, when you can embrace the change and thrive in the new digital world?

Where we come in:

Cloud Computing

Through economy of scales Intelair is able to offer modern compute solutions to expand your operations at economical pricing. By converting your digital strategy to a subscription based model, you allow simplified financial planning by reducing reliance on user owned hardware and maintenance.

Better Collaboration

Henry Ford once said: “Coming together is a beginning, staying together is a progress, and working together is a success.” We’ll help you choose the right tools to enable your team to better work together. You may be missing your conference room, whiteboard, or telephone system… Digital transformation will help you forget how inconvenient your old tools finally were.

Data Security

Traditionally business kept data safe with physical means. A safety deposit box, a safe, alarm system, a filing cabinet with a lock. How safe are these really? Possibly a fire or theft away from loss. Digital transformation enables you to have your data protected in several locations, digitally secured and useless to even the craftiest attackers. Digital data represents a fundamental reduction in risk surface for your business.


The Internet is a vast and limitless market. Traditional brick and mortar business models have a literal limit to their effectiveness, and only truly digital ready businesses have minimized impacts during major economical events such as pandemics and recessions. By using digital resources to carry on business, scaling your business becomes easier, almost effortless.

Data-based insights

Going digital is the ability to track metrics and analyze the data that is gained with digital tools. The insight these metrics provide allows a business to optimize their strategy and deliver better service to their customers. We help our clients increase their ROI by tracking the right metrics and producing actionable insight.

Customer Experience

People want valuable solutions to their problems, and they want it now. The primary focus of digital transformation is to use cutting-edge technology to improve the customer experience.

“At least 40% of all businesses will die in the next 10 years… if they don’t figure out how to change their entire company to accommodate new technologies.”

— John Chambers, CEO Cisco

“Despite those who dismissively think their organization is incapable, it’s been my experience that given the right environment and after removing the usual series of tedious bottlenecks, people will create great software. Then, innovation is easy: all you have to do is ask.”

–Michael Coté, VMware

“90% of CEOs believe the digital economy will impact their industry, but less than 15% are executing on a digital strategy.”

–MIT Sloan

“There is no alternative to digital transformation. Visionary companies will carve out new strategic options for themselves — those that don’t adapt, will fail.”

–Jeff Bezos, CEO Amazon

“it’s no longer the big beating the small, but the fast beating the slow.”

–Eric Peason, CIO Internation Hotel Group (IHG)