Embarking on a digital transformation journey is no small feat. It requires IT leaders to completely rethink their approach to business processes and the use of technology. Unfortunately, there is no cookie-cutter solution. Each organization has unique requirements and circumstances to consider, which is why digital transformation can be an expensive undertaking—and an impactful one, provided the IT investments are well placed.
Here are 3 areas to focus those investments for maximum positive impact.
I go into even more detail on this topic in my article with Information Age, click here to read the full article.
Layne Levine is president of Windstream Enterprise & Wholesale. He is responsible for overseeing sales, financial performance, marketing, field technicians, service delivery and customer care and repair for the company’s enterprise, mid-market/commercial markets and wholesale segments. He also oversees the company’s channel program, including Value-Added Resellers (VARs), agents, Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and system integrators.
Levine has worked in the telecom industry for more than 25 years, most recently as chief revenue officer at GTT, which provides cloud networking services to multinational customers. In that role, Levine led the company’s revenue growth initiatives worldwide, targeting global carriers and multinational enterprises and developing its emerging channel strategy. Previously he was the executive vice president for GTT’s Americas division, managing the sales and customer operations efforts for North and South America.
Prior to joining GTT, Levine was senior vice president of sales at Alpheus Communications. Before that he was senior vice president of retail sales for Deltacom/EarthLink. Levine also has held leadership positions at Airband Communications, Level 3 Communications and Broadwing Communications.
Levine has a Bachelor of Arts from Texas Tech University.
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