The next wave of digitisation: setting your direction, building your capabilities
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Technology, internet and telecommunications industries are undergoing a fundamental change towards near-complete digitisation, with redefinition of existing business models and value creation systems. This Booz & Company study estimates that by as early as 2015, IT and communications will account for 30-40% of companies' investment budgets, and the ongoing digitisation of every industry will affect global economic value by between $12trn and $15trn in 2020, including market share shifts, cost improve­ments, price decreases and new value pools.  Access >>>

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  • THE INFLECTION POINT
  • THREE DRIVING FORCES
  • DRAMATIC EFFECTS

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