At CeBIT 2016 in Hannover, Microsoft is highlighting seven key factors for the digital revolution and is collaborating with "economic miracle makers" to showcase some of the best solutions for shaping the digital world both today and beyond.
Microsoft is at CeBIT in Hannover to present an extensive portfolio of individual technological solutions – but also to focus on the bigger picture and show how these solutions as a whole can best be transferred to a digital future. In the run-up to CeBIT, Microsoft appointed selected representatives from companies, educational establishments, administrative bodies and NGOs to be "economic miracle makers". The company has been working on specific projects with these experts to establish how best to arrange infrastructure, organization, team, staff, knowledge, production and the state in order to master digital transformation.
The essential aim is to create flexible infrastructures and vibrant organizations in which teams can work independently and organize themselves, with staff more mobile and knowledge shared on a more transparent basis. Intelligently networked production processes and more agile administrative bodies in general will also be key to securing the road to the digital “Economic Miracle". The appointed economic miracle makers are here to show that this is by no means just a pipeline idea – it is already a living reality. "Their transformation projects are substantially enhancing the innovative capacity of their organizations. At the same time, these projects have enabled the necessary cultural change. The economic miracle makers represent the spirit of optimism which we urgently need in Germany," says Sabine Bendiek, Chair of the Management Board at Microsoft Germany.
Microsoft Deutschland GmbH (85716 Unterschleissheim, Germany), Hall 4, Stand C31