42% of business leaders believe that technology is too important for them not to be involved in purchasing decisions. To access the article in full , please click on the link below:
32% of technology spending outside of the CIO’s organization is conducted without IT’s input. To access the article in full – please click on the link below:
73% of North American B2B technology spending is business-led or heavily influenced by business leaders To access the article in full – please click on the link below:
Consumer Technographics The consumer is in charge, has high expectations, and is willing and able to churn. To win, you need to know everything you can about their behaviors, preferences, and expectations. Access an interactive dashboard by Forrester by clicking the ‘Go to source article link’ below.
The number of telco carve-outs in the UK tripled last year and similarly the number in Europe was significantly higher than the previous five years. Download Delloite report by clicking on the below link
The capabilities that successful innovators have adopted at a rate that outpaces their peers include funding, metrics, and incentives2. These three levers have been grossly underappreciated by other consumer products leaders, with only 32 percent, 43 percent, and 45 percent (respectively) of firms studied demonstrating these capabilities.
Google suggested that a quantum computer capable of using 50 qubits would surpass the capabilities of a conventional supercomputer—a landmark dubbed “quantum supremacy” (see “Google Reveals Blueprint for Quantum Supremacy”). Read the article in full at technologyreview.com by clicking on the ‘Go to source article’ link below.
Organizations that focus on transforming culture and building capabilities during a transformation are 2.5 times more likely to succeed.
24% of early-stage companies and 54% of developing companies said they were actively trying to develop a digital business culture as a mechanism for digital transformation.
Nearly 80% of respondents from maturing companies note that their organization drives digital transformation by cultivating a strong digital business culture that strives for risk-taking, collaboration, agility, and continuous learning.