Food and beverage retail is the next big sector that will feel the influence of digital shopping. We’re seeing the shift already: 23% of U.S. shoppers bought groceries online in 2016, an increase of 20% versus just two years prior—and adoption has only accelerated since then.
Many CIOs and CTOs in the global financial services sector will be working on significant new IT infrastructure projects in 2018. Digital transformation within the banking industry is about applying new business technology to break free from prior constraints.
“The 20th century economy was about resources under our feet while the 21st century economy is about the resources between our ears. In this context, human capital has emerged as a country’s most valuable economic asset. Indeed, the linkages between education, economic growth and prosperity are significant.”
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The volume of A2P messaging is expected to increase by 20 percent over the next 5 years to more than 2.7 trillion by 2022 — that’s up from 2.1 trillion in 2017, according to the latest worldwide market study by Juniper Research.
“The vast majority of organizations are still working on IT infrastructure transformation, and over a third (38%) have only just started their journey. Another 44% have are right in the middle of their transformation program, and still have some way to go.”