Facebook Enterprise Digital Transformation Solutions | Lithan - Lithan Skip to Content

Web Content Display Web Content Display

ENTERPRISE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

  • DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION


    Economic and technological progress have been transforming humanity for decades, but the pace and scale of recent change are unprecedented. Accenture Strategy Global Research shows 82 percent of business leaders expect their organisation to be a digital business in the next 3 years.


    Digital trends like social media, mobile computing, analytics and cloud computing (SMAC) are fundamentally changing the way companies operate, and sparking a proliferation of disruptive business models like Netflix, Uber and Airbnb which take advantage of the world’s increased interconnectivity.


    More efficient distribution and lower barriers to entry thanks to new technologies are inspiring more individuals, entrepreneurs, and enterprises to experiment with new business models and participate in the digital marketplace.


    The pace of digital transformation has resulted in critical skill gaps that businesses are struggling to fill. Success is no longer simply about adopting the newest technologies; instead, modern enterprises must focus on fostering a new type of agile workforce, balancing tech and innovation skills to harness technology in a way that drives competitiveness.


    According to the Global Industry 4.0 survey by PWC, 9 in 10 Asia Pacific respondents said they plan to expand their offering of digital products and services over the next 5 years. However, respondents also observed that the absence of digital culture and the right skills are major hurdles to make operations more digital.



    SINGAPORE AS DIGITAL ECONOMY


    In 2014, Singapore launched the SkillsFuture movement, designed to support the next phase of Singapore’s advancement towards an agile, vibrant and skilled economy. The initiative assembles employers, educators, unions and individuals to develop an integrated system of education, training and career progression for all residents through lifelong learning.


    In 2016, the Committee of Future Economy (CFE) was set up with the vision to future-ready the economy where its people have deep skills and are engaged in lifelong learning, its enterprises are innovative and nimble, its city vibrant, connected to the world, and continually renewing itself, and its government coordinated, inclusive and responsive.


    In 2016, Singapore launched its RIE2020 plan where it committed S$19 billion from 2016 to 2020 in research, innovation and enterprise to lay the foundation of its future economy to transform Singapore into a Smart Nation.


    These innovation-driven initiatives will collectively support Singapore’s economic transformation to become a digital economy with future-ready citizen, city and enterprises. 

Web Content Display Web Content Display

More Information

Web Content Display Web Content Display

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION WITH DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION
DISRUPTING CLASS WITH CLaaS®
 

Competency Learning as a Service

CLaaS® is aligned around a competency-based curriculum to deliver specific skills and competencies required by employers and the industry. Our qualification and modular courses are accredited to various skills and academic frameworks to deliver multidisciplinary applied skills required for future jobs.


Our modular courses are bite-sized learning modules with 40-50 guided learning hours from Lithan. 


 

Web Content Display Web Content Display

DIGITAL SOLUTIONS & BEST PRACTICES IMPLEMENTATION
BLENDED LEARNING COMPONENTS
$Acclvl2Imgalt

Web Content Display Web Content Display

DIGITAL WORKFORCE TRANSFORMATION
GOVERNMENT DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION SCHEME

SMEs Go Digital Guidance
 

“SMEs Go Digital” was announced at Budget 2017 to help SMEs build stronger digital capabilities such as cybersecurity, data protection, and data analytics.


Industry Transformation Maps (ITMs) will also be developed for 23 industries to address issues within each industry and deepen partnerships between Government, firms, industries, trade associations and chambers to examine the industry landscape, the future trends and needs to set out a suite of initiatives to systematically raise productivity, develop skills, drive innovation, and promote internationalisation. 
 

Regardless of which stage SMEs are at on their digitalisation journey, SMEs will be supported with step-by-step advice on the digital technologies to use through the Industry Digital Plans (IDPs) for SMEs. IMDA’s IDPs provide SMEs with step-by-step advice on the digital technologies to use at each stage of their growth by sectors. 

 


SMEs Go Digital Funding 
 

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Please register your interest.

 

Web Content Display Web Content Display

JOIN OUR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION BOOTCAMP

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Share this page