In Spain, digital transformation is no longer just an option, but a reality that businesses and companies have to face on a daily basis. Even the most traditional sectors, whether they have made a conscious decision on this issue or not, are already incorporating digital technologies in some of their processes, such as the purchasing of raw materials, payments, accounting, logistics, marketing, etc.

But digital transformation is more than just having a website, an app, or holding remote meetings, which are just a part of it.

Digital transformation in Spain is more about a way of working and living, a mindset that is open to change and innovation.

An individual and team mentality that embraces the constant changes in our society and the technology that drives it at an unprecedented rate.

Change to keep moving forward; change to constantly improve; change to keep connecting with customers.

Statistics show that between 58% and 65% of companies in Spain that implement technological changes in their work processes, do not see a measurable positive result without complementary training/consulting/coaching for the teams and individuals involved.

However, when change is provided alongside support for people and teams, and they are given the tools to view and embrace change as something positive, it has been shown that the social and economic results are clearly visible and measurable.


Process automation
Improving internal and external communication
Cost reduction
Facilitating remote working and HR dispersion
Improving reconciliation
Access to new markets and potential customers
Promoting innovation and continuous improvement


We have our own digital transformation strategy, which is based on the following pillars:

Digital transformation consulting

Digital transformation in marketing

Digital transformation in communication (internal and external)

Digital transformation in customer service

Digital transformation in human resources

Digital transformation in management (suppliers, accounting, quality, logistics, etc.)

Digital transformation in production (raw materials, stock control, etc.)

Digital transformation in corporate culture (training and/or workshops with management, middle management, work teams and team collaboration)

Innovation and a culture of change (innovation workshops, design thinking, Kanban)