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  • Digital First! (and second, and third): A Three-Step System to Transformational Success

    Cloud-native components are essential to digital transformation. Using build as a service (BaaS), building cloud-native software becomes straightforward and simple. In this case study, 3 companies set out on varied paths toward digital transformation with Slalom Build. Read the study to see how BaaS actualized each organization’s business goals.

  • Beginner’s Guide to Transformation with BaaS

    Data is useless without the ability to act on it effectively. Using a Build as a Service (BaaS) platform, you can execute business goals with the combination of IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS in one integrated service. Wondering how? Read Slalom’s white paper to learn about the five key components of BaaS now.

  • Build as a Service: On Demand Presentation

    Build as a Service (BaaS) might be worth paying attention to. BaaS works with companies to build cloud-native software. The approach focuses on engineering centers that foster co-creation, automation, and customization. Get started with this webinar, which includes perspectives from innovators at Nautilus, InnoCare, AWS, and Slalom Build.

  • Transformation: 6 Experts, 2 Industries & 1 Huge Mistake

    Digital transformation has no exact guidelines; that’s why it’s helpful to look at fully transformed organizations as examples. Inside, learn how two companies revamped their core business models in the name of digital transformation – and how they found success in the process.

  • The True Transformers: 15 Criteria That Can Make or Break Your Business Transformation

    Uncover the 15 success criteria that ultimately determine the efficacy of a business transformation initiative – and how to start aligning your business’s future projects towards the criteria that matter most.

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