Companies today face a flood of new, promising technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence and the Internet of things, just to name a few. But how are companies supposed to know which of these technologies will really help them advance? And how great will the added value be for a company? The answer is simple: by experiencing it for themselves.

That’s why at Camelot, we’ve developed Digital Experience², a method that allows companies to test within four weeks how they can productively and individually apply the latest IT mega-trends.

The centerpiece of Camelot Digital Experience² are digital workbenches. These are configurable software modules and templates based on new technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, digital voice, IoT connectivity and cloud-based solutions. With the Camelot Digital Workbench, companies can quickly develop and validate concrete, innovative applications of these technologies, the Camelot Digital Composite Solutions.

How does a Digital Experience² work?

The method essentially consists of three parts, which are carried out over a period of four weeks.

Ideate & Innovate (1 day)

  • Interdisciplinary teams consisting of client staff and our consultants use creative methods such as design thinking, to jointly develop and prioritize ideas.

Compose & Construct (2-3 weeks)

  • In the Camelot Centers of Digital Innovation, concrete application cases are created to implement the selected idea using agile methods and Camelot’s Digital Workbench based on SAP Leonardo technologies.

Discover & Drive (1 day)

  • Our clients and the Camelot Team jointly experience and test the innovation and evaluate its value creation potential to ensure maximum return on investment (ROI).

Please contact us to learn more about the Camelot Digital Experience². We will be happy to provide you with detailed information.

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