Master of Business Administration Executive

Faculty / School

School of Business Studies (SBS)

Year of Award



Dr. Mohammad Kamran Mumtaz, Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Institute of Business Administration

Project Type

MBA Executive Research Project

Access Type

Restricted Access

Executive Summary

This study delves into the digital transformation initiative within PARCO, transforming existing manual or paper-based processes of key functional areas into digitalized form emphasizing the integration of Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) layers through cloud-based systems. The study's core focus lies in orchestrating PARCO's digital transformation in key functional areas like Health, Safety and Environment (HSE), Human Recourses (HR) and Maintenance & Operations. Selected KPI based on primary and secondary research are targeted in these functional areas through business use-cases (or pilot project). Feasibility analysis of quantitative and qualitative nature is then carried out to approve and justify digital transformation for selected KPI in key functional area. This study highlights on how organizations like PARCO can start their digital transformation journey, select key functional areas and their respective essential targets resulting in paper-less environment, reduced downtime, minimized approval cycles and maximize productivity, all through digital transformation. Recommendations stemming from this study are poised to furnish PARCO with actionable insights for executing a seamless digital transformation in selected key functional areas. Continuous monitoring and adaptation are recommended and highlighted as essential components for sustained evolution in PARCO's digital journey.


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