20 years of expertise
in digital transformation

During the 1990s, our employees became involved in major digital transformation projects in Europe and North America. Our collective know-how is based on successful missions covering cutting-edge technologies, high-performance e-commerce platforms, support for fintech, the launch of innovative products in IoT and artificial intelligence and online trip booking.

In late 2001, when Zalis was created, we were one of the very first to take an interest in and apply digital solutions to other technologies, media, e-commerce and telecommunications.

We understand
what’s really important

Did you know that 70% of the products that our children will use in their lifetime don’t yet exist?

That’s why it’s so important for companies to constantly imagine the products and services of the future—more important than manufacturing and selling or even acquiring new technology—and then to make the right choice at the right time. Our expertise helps companies acquire a strong digital culture to increase their capacity for innovation, launch new offers at the right time, and provide an exceptional product and customer experience.

The Zalis
digital doctrine

Based on our 20 years’ experience, Zalis recommends starting by developing a strong digital culture within companies. It’s on this foundation that companies can make complex decisions more quickly, successfully adopt digital solutions and achieve strategy objectives.

“Today, disruptive innovation is at the root of all possibilities: you can disappear or you can become a leader. It’s up to a business to choose its future,” writes Daniel Cohen in his latest book Les Fiches Outils du Dirigeant d’Entreprise (Eyrolles 2017)

Zalis supports you step by step
in acquiring a strong digital culture

-> First, define what a strong digital culture should be in the context of your company’s products and market.

-> Ensure data reaches all levels of your organization. A strong digital culture is based on factual information that is accessible to all, not on opinions.

-> Be digital by creating digital. Encourage the creation of multimedia content and its dissemination throughout all your company’s business lines.

-> Replace silos with platforms where people collaborate and innovate.
Silos are static and do not deliver the streamlined experience customers want. In addition, this type of structure will be unable to manage the continuous feedback from future connected products.

-> Start growing again!
Why is it that some growing companies give the impression of having infinite wind in their sails, while others seem to be rowing painfully like galley slaves?

Thanks to their digital culture, the former’s markets and products are highly aligned, as are their acquisition channels and business model.

“The digital revolution is transforming the entire economy and therefore all professions. Hence the need for a collective response, articulated by an executive within his or the business.” Daniel Cohen Les Fiches Outils du Dirigeant d’Entreprise (Eyrolles 2017).

Contact us

Contact Frederick Buhr, Head of Digital Practice @Zalis for more information.

frederick.buhr@zalis.com// Mobile: +33 (0)6 37 94 58 35