Late in 2012, a study by consultancy Capgemini and Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Center for Digital Business examined the link between the digital maturity of an organization and its financial performance. The findings were stark. The most digitally mature companies—the “digirati”—generate on average 9 percent more revenue than their competitors and are 26 percent more profitable. The findings make a convincing case for every organization to ensure its own digital transformation is a top boardroom priority.