Eighty-seven percent of senior business leaders say digitalization is a company priority and 79% of corporate strategists say it is reinventing their business — creating new revenue streams in new ways. But so far, digital change has been slow and disappointing.
Here is one of four key takeaways. From the high-tech retailing content track and floor space section at CES, it’s clear that technology companies want to disrupt and improve the retail customer experience.
The digital payments arena is undergoing rapid change, owing to a combination of factors. Transactions are growing rapidly year-on-year as convenience improves, and regulatory changes help to drive adoption. Meanwhile, the scope of different payment types is increasing.
From the potential of 5G to the power of artificial intelligence (AI), our connected lives are being shaped by the convergence of transformative technologies. Explore how these technologies are coming together in new and powerful ways, fundamentally changing how we interact with the world.
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B2Bs are experimenting with the audio format at a time when podcast audiences are growing. eMarketer forecasts that by 2022, 83.8 million people in the U.S. will listen to at least one podcast per month, that’s up from 73.0 million people in 2018.
The most common reason for not getting Internet service at home is a lack of perceived need (cited by 46%). This reason is followed by cost (cited by 17%), the ability to access the Internet on a smartphone (cited by 11%), and availability issues (cited by 9%).
Due to the increased adoption of e-signatures, the need for operational efficiency, improved cost savings and demand for digital transaction management (DTM) solutions, the global DTM market is rapidly expanding. It’s valued at $12.1 billion in 2018 and is expected to reach $34.4 billion by 2023.