At the start of the century - technology was the domain of “new age companies/startups” in frontier industries. Think Google, Facebook etc.
That is not the case anymore.
Technology is fast reshaping even legacy industries like banking, law, finance, real estate manufacturing and more.
This rapid growth, while immensely exciting, is also throwing up key operational, regulatory and inertia challenges that business teams across India are grappling with on a daily basis.
In our various interactions with customers and prospects - we realised 2 things:
👉Digital transformation challenges are mostly never due to “unwillingness” or “old-fashioned notions”
They are often the result of regulation, internal company processes and customer-facing considerations that are core to the business activity of the company i.e tangible and unavoidable structural barriers that have cropped up due to the general business environment in India.
👉Digital Transformations within industries often happen in silos
Despite companies across industries facing COMMON challenges - there are very few avenues for knowledge sharing and best practices. We often encounter tech teams across different clients asking the same questions and facing the exact same doubts and worries. Most public discussion on digital transformation focuses on the end impact of a particular technology rather than the processes needed to implement it.
That’s why we are extremely excited to launch the Digital Transformation Leaders Podcast Series!
Every episode, we sit down with one subject expert/decision maker from a reputed institution in a legacy industry (like banking, law, finance etc.) where technology is playing a big role. We pick their brains about:
This podcast intends to directly address the two problems mentioned above by making information, insights and shared wisdom about digital transformation available to key stakeholders, executives and enthusiasts from across and within various critical industries in India.
We think you should definitely subscribe to this podcast if you are:
We are excited to announce that the first episode in this series is already LIVE!
We caught up with Cyril Shroff, Founding Partner at Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (“CAM”). CAM is one of India’s largest law firms - and is also at the forefront of taking legal-tech initiatives - both within CAM and outside the firm.
Listen in the player below 👇
P.S. If you enjoyed the episode, do remember to like, share and SUBSCRIBE to the podcast on whatever player you listen to your podcasts on. Our second episode - focused on the impact of tech in rural lending - is going to be out next week!
P.P.S If you have any feedback OR are interested in recommending a guest to interview - please write to us at email@example.com