The term ‘digital transformation’ has been used to describe anything from creating a completely responsive mobile website to developing a social media strategy, but in reality true transformation needs to involve much more than just the end product. Executives in all industries are using digital advances such as analytics, mobility, social media and smart embedded devices as well as improving their use of traditional technologies such as ERP to modify customer relationships, internal processes and value propositions. In other worlds, Digital transformation is the changes associated with the purpose of digital technology in all aspects of human society. Digital transformation may be thought as the third step of embracing digital technologies. Digital transformation, with the usage and transformative ability of informing digital literacy. The transformation stage means that digital usages inherently enable new types of innovation in a particular domain, rather than simply enhance them. In a broader sense, "Digital transformation" may refer to the concept of "going paperless" and conveying another platform over the new world of technology. Digital transformation affects both the society and individual businesses itself, to private as well as government fields, NGO's, banking institutions, educational hubs, and more.