Browse 61 Market Data Tables and 38 Figures spread through 133 Pages and in-depth TOC on "Digital Transformation Market"
The digital transformation spending in logistics market report provides analysis for the period 2016–2026, where 2018 to 2026 is the forecast period and 2017 is the base year.
The global digital transformation spending in the logistics market is anticipated to reach US$ 94,972.3 Million by 2026 at a CAGR of 10.7% during the forecast period. Research delivers insight into the outlook exhibits sustained growth during the period 2018-2026.
The Appian platform automates and digitises study abroad and exchange applications for University of Wollongong
Be it games, e-commerce or social networking, we are surrounded by apps. From the alarm that wakes us in the morning to coordinate with colleagues and from buying a gift for a friend to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, we use apps for just about everything. Be it games, e-commerce or social networking, we are surrounded by apps. From the alarm that wakes us in the morning to coordinate with colleagues and from buying a gift for a friend to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, we use apps for just about everything.
In this report, the global Digital Transformation market is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2025.
2018 Global Digital Transformation Market Report is a professional and in-depth research report on the world's major regional market conditions of the Digital Transformation market, focusing on the main regions and the main countries (North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India).
The study of Assessing 2018 Market Research Report on Digital Transformation Industry 2018 Global Market is very important to enhance business productivity and for the study of market forecast. This New Report presented by Orian Research contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to a SWOT analysis of the key vendors.
The Digital Transformation Market is anticipated to reach US$ 411.97 Bn in 2021, expanding at a CAGR of 19.3% from 2017 to 2025.
Digital transformation allows organizations to tackle disruptive changes such as marketplace fluctuation, and corporate restructuring, among others, occurring in their markets and customer base by designing new products, services, and business models leveraging digitalization. These newly designed solutions are generally a mix of digitally stored historical information about business activities and the customers Furthermore, they facilitate the transformation of traditional processes, business activities, and models to take advantage of the upcoming changes and opportunities of digital technologies.
One of country’s leading Credit & Co-Op Societies transforms their digital experience, 2X Faster with Streebo DX Accelerator.
Top Key players: IBM Corporation, CGI Group Incorporation, Accenture PLC, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, Booz & Co., PWC
Digital transformation supports organizations in mitigating risks and handling disruption such as marketplace fluctuation, corporate restructuring, and geopolitical environment that are unanticipated, and can lead to unpredictable results. Furthermore, shifting from traditional to new digitalized business models facilitates the introduction of more technologically advanced products and services.
Global digital transformation market ecosystem includes top 10 key players, such as Cognizant, SAP, Dell EMC, Microsoft, Adobe Systems, Accenture, Capgemini, IBM, Oracle, and others.
The Digital Transformation Market is expected to be growing with a CAGR of 20.2% till 2023. Advancement in technology that leads to new business processes, growing need for IoT, rising adoption of cloud and the rising need for maximizing the productivity will be the key factors for developing traction to Digital Transformation market.
A few weeks ago we looked at the impact of digital transformation on utilities, noting that Australian Utility Week — to be held 29-30 November in Melbourne — would have a strong focus on digital transformation.
Digital transformation market contributes detail information on global digital transformation market, which is growing at rockets speed at 19% CAGR to achieve $493 billion marks in the digital world.
Reports Web announces the release of market assessment report on “Saudi Arabia-Mobile Network Upgrades Fiber Expansion and Digital Transformation to Remain Key Focus Areas for Operators". The report is segmented into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue and market share.
Digital Transformation Market growth can be attributed to the increasing need for cloud computing, big data & analytics, mobility, disruptive technology, and social media. key players, such as Cognizant (US), SAP (Germany), Dell EMC (US), Microsoft (US).
The latest promotional email for Australian Utility Week — to be held 29-30 November in Melbourne — has a strong focus on digital transformation. It warns: “The digital transformation roadmap is fraught with challenges,” and promises that the event will “help you with your digital transformation journey.”
Digital transformation technologies are transforming organization’s business models, value chains, ecosystem as well as revolutionizing its interaction with customer through online platforms, social media and mobile devices. Digital transformation takes in digital services and digital software which are becoming mainstream in various major verticals such as banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) sector, manufacturing and retail sector as these services and software enhance customer experience at all the levels of customer touch points.
If you have any involvement in the information technology industry you will know that the idea of digital transformation is hot, along with its consequence, digital disruption.
There’s a bit of a disconnect in the findings from research into the level of digital transformation among Australian organisations, undertaken by Tech Research Asia for Hitachi Data Systems: Taking Digital Transformation to the Next Level.
Cultural change and lack of skills will be two of the biggest barriers facing companies in Asia Pacific undergoing much needed digital transformation, according to research firm IDC.
Market research and analysis firm Frost & Sullivan has named Aspect Software winner of its 2016 Global Company of the Year Award in the Workforce Optimization Industry, for demonstrated excellence in growth, innovation and leadership.
Global software company, Progress, has undertaken a survey to assess organisations’ approach towards and progress with digital transformation. It finds a significant percentage of them in ‘digital denial’.
A few weeks ago we looked at the connection between digital transformation and change management, recognising the fact that when an organisation strives to ‘become digital’ this is a change process and, like any other change process, must be managed if it is to be successful. We compared the top 10 principles of change management as set out in 2004 with an updated list from the same organisation in 2014 and noted that corporate culture — ‘Assess the cultural landscape’ and ‘Address culture explicitly’ — that had been priorities seven and eight in 2004 had risen to number one position in 2014 (‘Lead with the culture’).
Amid all the talk today of digital transformation and digital disruption, it’s easy to forget that underpinning these phenomena is something that is not necessarily digital, disruptive, or transformative: it’s simply change. Change of any kind, especially in a large organisation, must be managed if it is to be successful, and to that end a huge change management industry has emerged.
There’s no end of talk about digital disruption, digital transformation and about their impacts on customer service and marketing: omnichannel; customer journey mapping; customer analytics; etc. What get’s less attention is how marketing organisations need to restructure themselves to adopt and exploit these technology-driven changes.
It sounds like a laudable, and very necessary, initiative; one aimed at empowering CIOs in large organisations to better embrace ambitious digital transformation agendas, and it comes from UK based global telco, BT, the former British Telecom. BT calls the initiative ‘Digital Possible’ and says it will build on insights from its most recent research, The BT CIO report 2016 – the digital CIO.
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