Harvesting "Information Excellence"


Business Transformation in the new digital economy by informationexcellence
October 11, 2011, 7:10 pm
Filed under: KnowBase InfoLinks

This Thought Leadership report based on the quantitative and qualitative global research conducted by  Oxford Economics and sponsored by PwC, AT&T, Cisco, Citi, and SAP, identifies and delves into the six seismic shifts that businesses will need to address over the next five years:

A recommended read for those who are focused on being “Information Excellence Player”: Read the full report here on this PwC site:

1 The global digital economy comes of age with Mobility, cloud computing, business intelligence and social media driving the new shift.

2 Industries undergo digital transformation due to maturing of digital economy. Companies across a range of industries have seen their business
models upended as they contend with the twin forces of technology and globalization.

3 The digital divide reverses, with cash-rich companies in the developing world investing heavily in technology—often outpacing their counterparts in developed markets.

4 The emerging-market customer takes center stage, driven by rapid economic growth, along with rising populations and income levels.

5 Business shifts into hyperdrive, with ever-changing global marketplace fuelled by fast-growth economies and new technology leading to accelerated speed of most business activities.

6 Firms reorganize to embrace the digital economy, to gain the level playing field in the connected world.

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