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New Research: Could Have. Would Have. Should Have.

Regrets. We all have a few. Yet, according to our latest research, public sector organizations that implemented leading-edge technologies prior to the pandemic have less reason to say, ‘could have, would have, should have.’

Unfortunately, the findings indicate the public sector accounts for the highest number of Laggards of the industries surveyed. However, 68% responded that the crisis has accelerated their digital transformation plans, and 31% of public sector agencies are already trying to identify new opportunities for growth. While the industry focuses on maintaining day-to-day operations for their citizens, they must also reinvent themselves to prepare for what’s next.

In our latest research report, “Could Have, Would Have, Should Have” you’ll learn:

  • How timely investments in technology created both public sector Leaders and Laggards
  • Why technology adoption created a considerable advantage during the crisis
  • How mature technology adoption fosters agility and preparedness
  • How the public sector differs from financial services & insurance, healthcare and manufacturing
  • How to pivot to tomorrow

Download your copy now. You won’t regret it.

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From No School to Safe School

“Back to school” has taken on new meaning. Smart technology can foster a learning environment that allows for curiosity and exploration, while always keeping safety at the forefront. From contact tracing and social distance monitoring, to thermal scans and mask compliance, see how smart technologies like IoT, automation, advanced data analytics and mobile apps put school back in session safely and flexibly.

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New Research: Could Have. Would Have. Should Have.

Regrets. We all have a few. Yet, according to our latest research, financial services and insurance (FS&I) firms that implemented leading-edge technologies prior to the pandemic have less reason to say, ‘could have, would have, should have.’

The findings indicate 81% of FS&I organizations say the crisis accelerated their digital transformation plans. In addition, financial services and insurance respondents were more likely than any other industry surveyed to be reinvesting cost savings into both core and new products and services, which is enabling firms to reinvent themselves for what’s next.

In our latest research report, “Could Have, Would Have, Should Have” you’ll learn:

  • How timely investments in technology created both FS&I Leaders and Laggards
  • Why technology adoption created a considerable advantage during the crisis
  • How mature technology adoption fosters agility and preparedness
  • How FS&I differs from healthcare, manufacturing and the public sector
  • How to pivot to tomorrow

Download your copy now. You won’t regret it.

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New Research: Could Have. Would Have. Should Have.

Regrets. We all have a few. Yet, according to our latest research, manufacturers that implemented leading-edge technologies prior to the pandemic have less reason to say, ‘could have, would have, should have.’

The findings show 55% of manufacturers say their revenues have decreased since the crisis began, but to offset these losses, 48% are using technology adoption to achieve cost efficiencies. While the industry could have been more prepared for the pandemic, forward-thinking organizations are digitally reinventing themselves to identify new opportunities for growth and prepare for what’s next.

In our latest research report, “Could Have, Would Have, Should Have” you’ll learn:

  • How timely investments in technology created both manufacturing Leaders and Laggards
  • Why technology adoption created a considerable advantage during the crisis
  • How mature technology adoption fosters agility and preparedness
  • How manufacturing differs from financial services & insurance, healthcare and the public sector
  • How to pivot to tomorrow

Download your copy now. You won’t regret it.

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New Research: Could Have. Would Have. Should Have.

Regrets. We all have a few. Yet, according to our latest research, healthcare providers and payers that implemented leading-edge technologies prior to the pandemic have less reason to say, ‘could have, would have, should have.’

The findings show that despite 63% of healthcare respondents saying the crisis has accelerated their digital transformation plans, they are the least likely industry surveyed to currently be identifying opportunities for growth through digital transformation (25%). The COVID-19 pandemic is first and foremost a health crisis, but providers and payers must reinvent themselves to survive and prepare for what’s next while the vaccines roll out.

In our latest research report, “Could Have, Would Have, Should Have” you’ll learn:

  • How timely investments in technology created both healthcare Leaders and Laggards
  • Why technology adoption created a considerable advantage during the crisis
  • How mature technology adoption fosters agility and preparedness
  • How healthcare differs from financial services and insurance, manufacturing and the public sector
  • How to pivot to tomorrow

Download your copy now. You won’t regret it.

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