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Take adavantage of new opportunities with a digital strategy

Social media, e-commerce, mobile Internet - digitalisation is now a part of everyday experience. Tablets and smartphones have reoriented communications and consumer behaviour - and will continue to do so. This presents companies with new opportunities, but means their transition from a classic to a digital business model must be completed quickly, and above all, informed by the right strategy.

PwC can act as your expert partner throughout this process. We can guide the digital transformation of your company, from the analysis phase through to the preparation and implementation of your strategy. Our work always has one clear objective in mind: the need to create sustainable value for your digital future.


Research and Insights

 

Winning in the digital age

The impact of "digital," driven by emerging technologies and changing customer behaviour has required organisations to develop new business models and capabilities to compete and thrive in today's digitally-enabled world. This video shows why businesses don't need a digital strategy, they need a business strategy for the digital age.

 

Data & Analytics helps executives make business-defining decisions better and faster

Highly data-driven companies are making better business decisions. PwC considers how data and analytics can make a difference when it comes to the most significant decisions about the strategic direction of your business.

 

Industry 4.0 – Opportunities and challenges of the fourth industrial revolution

Sensor solutions, cyber-physical systems, and the digital exchange of planning data with suppliers and customers: Industry 4.0 applications have arrived.

GDPR essentials and how PwC can help

GDPR essentials and how PwC can help

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force on 24 May 2016. This creates a new regulatory framework unifying data protection laws across the 28 European Union (EU) member states and replaces the prior EU Data Protection Directive. The GDPR imposes a radical data protection and privacy regulatory framework on Europe and the wider world for the processing of personal data of EU citizens. Although there is a transposition period of 2 years for countries and companies to get ready, there are many new and significantly enhanced requirements that organisations should take action on before the May 2018 deadline.

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Building the trust to succeed in digital business

Building the trust to succeed in digital business

Harnessing the advantages of digital technologies presents a whole set of new challenges. It’s not enough to implement a good idea or develop a new product: securing the business environment and staying compliant with new security and privacy regulations and best practices are crucial for business success. Our Cybersecurity practice has teams of highly experienced people who can deliver sustainable, future-proof solutions that will help you succeed.

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A decade of digital

A decade of digital

The world was a simpler place when PwC first set out to measure Digital IQ 10 years ago. “Digital” was just another name for “IT.” The CIO was not generally regarded as a strategic leader. And although huge shifts were occurring in the ways technology and information were used—think Web 2.0 and startups like YouTube and LinkedIn—this innovation had yet to find its way into the enterprise. There, putting technology to work to improve productivity was a relatively straightforward, and siloed, job. And the lack of IT and business alignment was a common refrain.

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Survey “Digital IQ® 2017”

Survey “Digital IQ® 2017”

PwC worked with Oxford Economics in late 2016 to survey more than 2,200 senior business and IT executives from 53 countries and a wide range of industry segments. In 10 years of measuring Digital IQ – a rough measure of ability to assimilate new technologies – we have seen companies struggle to keep up with the pace of change, even as they have focused on improving digital capabilities. This report focuses on findings from Switzerland compared to the rest of the world.

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A decade of digital

A decade of digital

The world was a simpler place when PwC first set out to measure Digital IQ 10 years ago. “Digital” was just another name for “IT.” The CIO was not generally regarded as a strategic leader. And although huge shifts were occurring in the ways technology and information were used—think Web 2.0 and startups like YouTube and LinkedIn—this innovation had yet to find its way into the enterprise. There, putting technology to work to improve productivity was a relatively straightforward, and siloed, job. And the lack of IT and business alignment was a common refrain.

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Business & Technology Management: Need an IT health check?

Business & Technology Management: Need an IT health check?

Performing an IT health check provides senior management with an independent and holistic view of IT capability and challenges, and with tangible recommendations for making improvements. PwC has developed an IT health check framework that helps to quickly and efficiently assess an organisation’s IT, providing management with a holistic view of IT capability and challenges.

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Contact

Holger Greif

Partner and Leader Digital Transformation, Zurich

+41 58 792 13 86

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