Digital Transformation Consulting

Digital transformation is everywhere, but what does it actually mean for your business? Consumers are more connected than ever and expectations for customer experience are rising. This might sound scary to you, but with an open mind and a great strategy applied, it offers amazing opportunities for businesses of all sizes.

As a former web agency owner, I know the challenges businesses face in a connected, ever-changing world and can help you to apply proven methods to make your business stand out from the crowd.

Let’s get digital together

Digital strategy

Having worked with countless businesses large and small over the years to define their next steps in the digital age, I can help you find and shape your digital identity. We will break down your digital strategy into achievable tasks and apply it to your business.

User Experience

Do you understand your users? Do they follow the journey according to your definition? Can things be simplified to further improve user experience? Let’s test, improve and refine your interfaces to empower your potential customers to find success with your products or services.

Get it built

Finding a great freelancer or agency for your next project can be difficult. Having worked on both sides, as agency owner and as a client, I can help you to get your briefing ready, vetting the proposals and selecting an agency or freelancer that matches your budget and needs.

Clients trusting my expertise

Silvan helped us with dedication in building a comprehensive product for SME to be successful with their online business. I can recommend him to anyone who wants to do business on the web.

Wolfram Schmidt former CEO of switchplus
former CEO of switchplus

What does it take to succeed in the digital world?

The biggest hurdle is probably you or your board of directors. Back in the days of big fat marketing budgets, businesses spent a fortune on advertising that was barely measurable, in the digital world you can test and optimize your marketing based on real data. It’s not just about marketing budgets and ads, there is so much more to it. To me digital transformation isn’t about being online and available on all platforms all the time. It’s the process of transforming your organization into putting the customers first, backed with the necessary digital assets and real data.

Here is a brief outline of the steps I recommend taking when you are ready to transition into the digital space. Whether you are just beginning or need a new perspective:

  1. Bird’s-eye view

    Take a step back and get a bird’s-eye view on all your digital assets and current strategies applied to them.

  2. Collect and analyze

    Make sure you collect and analyze all the existing data in your organization.

  3. Get to know your customers

    Learn more about your customers by taking a deep dive into your customer journey and by analyzing potential shortcomings.

  4. Re-define your strategy

    Based on your learning from the previous steps, it’s time to re-define your strategy and values.

  5. Measure success

    Ensure all the changes are measurable and you are collecting data about the changes.

  6. Repeat!

    Similar to budget and market strategy, your digital and data strategies deserve care and adjustments over time.

Recommended services and books

Below are a few recommended services and books that I used before and can highly recommend to anyone willing to embrace the digital journey within their organization.

Service: TestingTime for user testing

The Swiss startup TestingTime gives you access to a pool of over 200’000+ real test users for your website, app or service. They schedule remote and on-site user testing for you. I recommend to do regular tests with 3-5 users in each group to get the most out of it.

Book: Digital Adaptation

Paul Boag has written a wonderful primer for senior management on how to tackle digital adaptation in your organization. The web has changed the rules of business. The best practices of the industrial economy no longer apply in the digital age. What was once safe ground is no longer so, and organizations need to adapt.