Digital Wallet Transactions will Reach $9 Trillion in 2024
For the savvy digital wallet provider, the fintech revolution in online payments and person-to-person remittance has enabled several new players to achieve a growing presence across the global financial services and retail ecosystems.
How Data Creates New Value in a Digital Economy
“Over the past 40 years, the asset focus has completely flipped, from the market being dominated by 83% tangible assets in 1975 to 84% intangible assets in 2015. Instead of manufacturing coffee pots and selling washing machines, today’s corporate giants offer apps and connect people.”
via MIT SMR
Chief Marketing Officer Budget Reality Check
“Our conversation with marketing leaders suggest these budgets are fluid. Some are hard-pressed to make a business case to restructure or increase budgets for staff. On many to-do lists: Bring activities in-house, such as media planning and buying, and make better use of their agencies.”
Blockchain Transforms Mining and Metals Industry
The future of both blockchain and the digital economy is still undetermined; however, the technology is evolving quickly and so far it is clear that there are compelling use cases for the mining, metals and connected value chains.
Why CFOs Reject the Typical CMO Vanity Metrics
In a survey of 50 CFOs in the U.S., respondents said one of their biggest concerns about their marketing organization is that CMOs measure in ‘vanity metrics’. The surveyed CFOs concluded that many data points digital marketers use (views, clicks) don’t matter to their ultimate goals.
How to Inspire Story-Driven B2B Marketing in 2018
Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) have a choice, embrace the future or cling to the past. To succeed today, they have to abandon mass-media thinking, and resist the urge to squander their budgets on trivial advertising or paid media. To compete, they must build teams of practitioners that are able to create content, not merely outsource work to agencies and contractors.
Global Market Outlook for 2018 – Digital Innovation & Disruption
Technology innovation is driving a rapid rate of change that has fueled unprecedented value creation, particularly for tech’s biggest winners, while disrupting incumbents in many industries. Major trends that will continue to strengthen in 2018 include e-commerce, cloud computing, digitization, online advertising, big data analytics, and the sharing economy.
Source: T. Rowe Price
Rise of Hybrid Marketing and Data Science Talent
“The hybrid marketer is a ‘new marketer’, with communication and creative skills, but at the same time is someone who sees it as part of his role to learn any new, emerging skill that might have relevance to achieving their objectives – data analysis included.”
Digital Experience Revolution – the New Reality of 2017
Done well, customer experience (CX) improves your ability to quickly service your customers, it improves data capture capabilities, improves customer insight and your ability to solve customer problems. Rightfully so, it’s every company’s dream to do this for each consumer.
Source: TM Forum
More Hybrid Cloud Supply Chain Management Solutions
Gartner analysts believe that SCM vendors are already differentiating themselves from competitors by incorporating digital business transformation technologies — such as mobility, machine learning, in-memory technologies, multi-enterprise visibility and the Internet of Things (IoT), into their offerings.
Source: Digital Lifescapes
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