The digital economy is on the fast track, with direct investment in digital transformation set to reach $5.5 trillion from 2019 to 2021. By 2022, digitalized GDP in the world will reach $46 trillion, accounting for 46 percent of the total economy.
Driven by digital technology, a large number of traditional enterprises are at risk of disruption. As of 2018, 67% of the world's top 1,000 companies and 50% of Chinese top 1,000 companies will put digital transformation as the core of their strategy.In 2020, The COVID-19 pandemic is also testing the extent of digital transformation in the enterprise，90% of enterprises will urgently digital transformation ahead of planning.
Since 80% of companies mistakenly equate digital with information technology, believing it to be the business of the technology department, their digital transformation has not gone smoothly and businesses have encountered the following problems：
1. Lack of an overall goal and road map for transformation.
2. No common understanding of digital transformation.
3.Unclear delineation of responsibilities and authority.