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    Digital Transformation: Beyond the Buzzwords

    Join Frazier & Deeter and Arch + Tower, an FD Company, in a candid discussion about Digital Transformation. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, “Digital Transformation” has become popular buzzwords in many businesses. The need for businesses to evolve how they perform basic functions, deliver goods / services, and interact with customers has pushed even the most rigid traditionalists into the deep end of the digital pool.

    This event will discuss how organizations can leverage strategic frameworks to ensure digital initiatives create lasting positive transformation.  Case studies will illustrate the key components of digital transformation efforts and their impact on customers, employees and operations.  As businesses adjust to the present and plan for the future, this event will provide a roadmap to successful digital transformation for organizations looking to leverage technology, data, and analytics to better serve their customers, employees and stakeholders.

    John Hightower, CEO, Partner, Arch + Tower
     Ryan Lahm, Partner, Arch + Tower
    Bill Godshall, Audit Partner, Frazier & Deeter

    Please note, watching this recording does not qualify you for CPE credits.

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