Tag Archive | digital transformation

CxOs Focus IT Talent on Driving Digital Growth Agenda

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Despite traditional industry boundaries blurring in the face of digital disruption, CxOs are now saying that future competition is more likely to come from within their own industry, according to new findings from IBM.

Source: IBM IBV

New Way of Thinking to Lead the Charge for Digital Disruption

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Challenge your IT department to re-think their role, and how they can strategically advance the company. It’s not sufficient for them to ensure that all the business processes and operations run smoothly and acceptable costs.

Source: Chief Executive

Digital Transformation of Airport Security will Improve Travel

We are beginning to move to a future where travel is facilitated by your digital identity, built with unique biometrics and “pushed” out to governments and companies, with permission, to ease travel.

Source: World Economic Forum

Why the Digital Revolution is Not About Technology

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BCG has studied how successful companies have changed their business and operating models when going digital. All share two distinctive characteristics: products and services that are embedded with digital tech; digital channels to interact with target audiences and clients.

Source: World Economic Forum

More Chinese Companies Now Invest in Digital Growth

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While China has been viewed as a nation that’s focused on economic growth via manufacturing, the forward-looking view is evolving — digital growth is key to their ongoing success. Moreover, China has a limited amount of legacy IT infrastructure, so much of their current capabilities are very modern.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Why LoB Spending on IT will Reach $609 Billion in 2017

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Worldwide corporate IT spending funded by Line of Business (LoB) units will reach $609 billion in 2017 — that’s an increase of 5.9 percent over 2016, according to the latest market study by International Data Corporation (IDC).

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Fourth Industrial Revolution of New Digital Transformations

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By 2020, more people will have mobile phones than have electricity or running water in their homes or villages. Cars are becoming intelligent robots on wheels. Factories are automating manufacturing, displacing tens of thousands of workers. Call centres are turning to AI-powered chatbots to manage customer interactions. It’s the Forth Industrial Revolution in action.

Source: World Economic Forum