The involvement of digital and the digitization of companies is no longer an alternative, but a necessity instilled by the market. Indeed, a company that cannot adapt to the network will not be able to grow and will have more difficulty in existing. If you want to train in the digital transformation professions, you will find the essentials in this article.
Towards New Career Prospects
In the digital world, many jobs are sought after by companies that lack skills. Nearly 100,000 vacancies to date in France. Good to know, digital represents 110 billion euros of GDP for 1.5 million jobs, according to the McKinsey Institute. This digital evolution and technological transformation affects VSEs and SMEs, and even start-ups.
Innovative Professions of Digital Transformation
In the context of digitalization, the company must also think about recruiting new profiles, not just acquiring new digital tools. Indeed, by going digital, the company creates new internal recruitment needs and new positions that did not exist before.
Over time, new digital professions have developed to support the digital revolution. All of these new digital jobs are contributing. To the success of a business in the digital world. Of course, the prediction of these profiles is directly related to the size of the company.
1. Chief Data Officer
If you want to work in digital, you have to take this profession into account. It is the conductor of the company’s data strategies. This marketing position is created in large companies to understand the impact of their data management.
The chief data officer is recruited at the level of the management committee and will manage the data. To access this position, you must like data management. This position then combines the responsibilities of a CIO and a marketing director.
2. Director of the information systems
This profession has existed for thirty years, but has evolved with the advent of digital technology. Its role is to build and implement the company’s computer networks under the direction of the general management. With the support of technicians and engineers, this project manager manages the hardware, software and technical support for the company’s digital and office solutions.
3. Technical Engineer
To become a technical engineer, you must have the agility to define the IT architecture necessary for the challenge of digital transformation (ERP in particular). Not only do you have to understand all the technology used today, but you also have to imagine what will be used in the future.
Apart from that, you must have notions of cybersecurity and process automation. You will also be required to support the transformation and accelerate the transformation.
4. Data Architect
This key contributor will describe the different use cases for data collection. He will guide the team in how analytical projects will be implemented across the organization.
5. Professional UX/CX
These experts ensure that technological solutions are developed without losing sight of the end user. The person in charge of this mission is therefore an expert in design focused on human interaction. It deploys a technological solution to improve the user experience.
6. Financial Analyst
This DX team member must be agile and ensure that strategic transformation and digital transition are profitable.
As a financial analyst, you have the task of analyzing the framework of the financial value of the project and its profitability. The relationship between the financial analyst, the financial management and the rest of the team must be a priority. The continued financing of digital projects depends on it.
7. Data Protection Officer (DPO)
The DPO is at the heart of the system put in place by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Responsible for the management of personal data in the company, you are the only interlocutor of the CNIL. Familiar with the legal issues related to the implementation of new regulations, you are technically vigilant in order to be able to communicate effectively with IT professionals. Recruiters foresee a strong demand for lawyers working with digital technologies.
8. Growth Hacking Manager
It is this emerging profession that is responsible for:
- to test the data;
- to analyze the data;
- and to research the behavior of users of products and services.
- Equipped with these elements, a growth hacker can then act to propose innovative solutions.
9. Data Scientist
Being a marketer, statistician and mathematician, this professional uses the data collected to:
- create marketing applications;
- improve the company’s products and services;
- and above all, build customer loyalty while respecting the digital culture.
- He also plays the role of strategy consultant and supports digital transformation.
10. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Manager
The mission of the SEO manager is to develop a natural referencing strategy:
- by analyzing the semantics and the source code of the pages;
- and examining the page’s positioning in search engines.
- The objective is to optimize the positioning and indexing of the brand’s website, but also to improve traffic and increase the conversion rate.
11. Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
The Customer Relationship Manager is responsible for monitoring the consumption of his customers. He is also responsible for piloting the tools used by salespeople for this purpose. It is imperative that these tools are suitable for field use by teams in order to provide the most relevant information for the company. It is also very useful for customer relations and competitiveness.
12. E-Commerce Manager
The e-commerce manager develops a transformation strategy that allows him to increase his turnover by selling on the site. The e-commerce manager is linked to the transformation and works with several departments.
13. Community Manager
If you are a fan of the Internet in general, this job is for you. The role of the Community Manager is to animate corporate websites and social networks. Its mission is to convey the good word of the company while ensuring its notoriety on the Internet.
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