How We Work
We fuse startup thinking and agile methods to help established companies and the public sector increase their customer value, drive operational effectiveness and thrive in an evolving world.A modern how
Underlying omotenashi is having an idea of what the customer wants without asking, so that their needs can be anticipated.
When we know about our customers, we have the opportunity to serve them the way they want to be served. But that requires us to be a little nosy, and sometimes a little lucky, to get the information that can tell us how to delight a guest.
We’re not simply creating a digital replica of existing organizations, we’re transforming banks from being product factories to network orchestrators that enable people to do the things they care most about.
Point of view
We start by asking three essential and very big questions: What’s the big idea? How do we build it? How do we become it?
Our belief around digital business transformation is transformation isn’t something that can be done for our clients. It cannot be done to them; it has to be done with them.
Nigel Fenwick, Vice President and Principal Analyst, Forrester, recently sat down with Nigel Vaz, CEO of Publicis Sapient, to discuss the current state of digital business transformation. Read (and hear) about the five key success factors they unearthed during their conversation.
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