Can those obstacles be overcome? Yes. There’s one solution that allows people to face the aforementioned challenges – it’s to work on the basis of a proof of concept (PoC) before implementing the whole solution.
Proof of concept is a trial version of a solution we’re planning to implement. PoC allows us to estimate how feasible the implementation of an idea is, even in case of the boldest ones. Working with PoC reduces the costs of project implementation, because it allows us to verify the customer’s needs on a regular basis and modify the created solution on a very early stage.
Moreover, it allows us to better understand the functionality of a proposed implementation. The fact that PoC is realized by a capable technological partner provides an organization with a much needed support on every stage of an implementation.
In Cybercom, we test new ideas based on proof of concept in a specially designed area called the Innovation Zone. We invite there our customers, so together we can create operational prototypes of solutions to the problems they report.
The benefits of such a work model are also noticed by those customers, to whom a visit to our Innovation Zone is just an introduction to comprehensive workshops. In turn, those workshops lead to creation of solutions suiting their needs, therefore bringing them that much closer to a transition through the process of digital transformation.