Only 5% of companies are doing all it takes to get to payback from digital. To join them, you’ll need to skillfully navigate the maze of economic uncertainty and the breakneck pace of digital. You need to transcend.
What your carrot’s journey from field to fork (and beyond) can tell us about the future of sustainability.
PwC’s report «Seeing is believing» explores the impact that virtual reality and augmented reality will have on the economy by looking at how these technologies can help organisations grow their revenues while transforming the way they engage customers and colleagues.
Digital marketing will change in 2020 and what worked in the past won’t work anymore. So in the next few months I’ll be sharing my thoughts on what you need to change to be successful, in the form of 6½ tips.
In the era of data protection, less (data) is more
PwC’s study «Digital Product Development 2025 – Agile, Collaborative, AI-Driven and Customer-Centric» shows how digital product development drives performance and makes customers happier. It also uncovers what Digital Champions are doing differently to achieve their results.
Technological and market-related breakthroughs make it necessary for pharma companies to make strategic decisions on how to benefit from AI in the future. The transformation of a traditional pharmaceutical company to a “digital pharma player” will affect the nature, scale and complexity of its R&D and the respective corporate governance.
If applied in a responsible manner, artificial intelligence (AI) offers vast opportunities. However, these benefits can only come from understandable and ethical AI that your stakeholders can trust. A sound end-to-end governance framework can ensure that your AI applications and systems meet their full potential.
Our survey shows that companies that maximise the value of data in a secure and ethical way are able to monetise their data more effectively.
Positive customer experiences are the be-all and end-all of business survival. Get to know your customers’ user experience and fine-tune the way you interact, if you want to ensure the success of your products and services.
The future is data – but understanding that your end customer is more than a number will require you to think beyond the average. Here are five considerations to explore what data – and how much of it – you really need to provide true personalised solutions.
PwC’s Digital Trust Insights study looked at the resilience strategies of over 3,500 firms globally. We’re in the midst of a mindset shift in what it takes to protect business and rebound from cyber disruptions.