Digital Innovation

Build Your Strategy to Innovate in a Digital World

We work with organizations to build foundational digital capabilities that deliver more predictable, sustainable business and innovation results

As the world rapidly becomes more connected, digital disruptions upend traditional business models and turn industry leaders into laggards. When it comes to innovation, companies must respond with smart connected products, operations and services to create more value for end users, but also define how to adapt to innovate in a digital world.
 
Kalypso helps organizations bridge the digital and physical worlds to get better results from the innovation process. We combine business strategy with a view of future market environments to develop business objectives for innovation in products, services, markets and operating models. We then translate these objectives into specific digital innovation goals, roadmaps, technology and capability-building initiatives to drive successful execution.
 

Our approach focuses on opportunities to create strategic business value with digital innovation

For digital innovators, there are opportunities to create value with new business models, reimagine customer experiences, achieve results with exciting new technologies, and build digital skills, talent and culture.


Creating value with Business Models at new frontiers


Reimagining Customer Experiences with new capabilities


Achieving results with New Technologies


Building Company Digital Competencies

 

Whether you need a full digital strategy for innovation, or a strategic experiment to prove the value, Kalypso has the digital innovation and technology expertise to help.

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In the first installment of our new essay series, KNOW, we explore of the future of farming in a digital world.
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To understand where leaders are focusing their product development transformation investments, Kalypso and Indiana University partnered on a research study of leading product development practices in the industry. Here are some key findings.
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