Discover how the enterprise can accelerate a win-win-win for customer experience, the environment and business growth by reading our report
Today, almost every company is a digital company. On average, a fifth of enterprise revenues now comes from digital products and services at multinational firms, according to new research by The Economist. This figure is forecast to double within a year and accelerate strongly beyond that.
Download this report to discover how enterprises can:
- Leverage smart connected products, digital and data platforms to improve the customer experience
- Use digital to measure and manage carbon emissions against sustainability targets
- Employ artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in more holistic ways
- Bring business, data science, IT and cybersecurity teams together to overcome data access and activation challenges
The report includes a survey of 500 of the world’s biggest companies in nine countries and an analysis of the positive impact of digital business programs of 10 major firms across five sectors (manufacturing; transport and logistics; healthcare; architecture; engineering and construction).
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