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Accenture and Celonis form strategic alliance

Accenture infuses Celonis process mining capabilities into its tools and platforms to drive unparalleled business process simplification and efficiency.

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CIOs spending more time on innovation than ever before

However, despite increased efforts less than a third describe innovation as part of company culture.

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HCL expands digital transformation partnership with ams Osram

Strategic IT services engagement accelerates post-merger innovation and growth.

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Consumers feel service is an afterthought

Nearly three quarters of UK businesses see a direct link between customer service and business performance.

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Three in four IT leaders see opportunities for success in past digital transformation failures

Budget issues, lack of flexibility, and unmet expectations cited as top causes of digital transformation failure.

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Business and security leaders face cybercrime spike

A new survey reveals a wide perception gap between business executives, who think their companies are cyber resilient, and security leaders, half of whom disagree.

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In a recent poll by BIAN of 139 professionals from the finance, technology and consultancy sectors, over half (55%) believe that COVID-19 has encouraged its organisation or customers to prioritise digital transformation initiatives. 
Worldwide spending on the technologies and services that enable the digital transformation (DX) of business practices, products, and organizations is forecast to reach $2.3 trillion in 2023, according to a new update to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Semiannual Digital Transformation Spending Guide. DX spending is expected to steadily expand throughout the 2019-2023 forecast period, achieving a five-year compound annual growth rate of 17.1%.
Growing adoption of cloud native architecture and multi-cloud services contributes to $2.5 million annual spend per organization on fixing digital performance problems.
Banking Circle research reveals roadblocks stopping Banks and FinTechs futureproofing their organisations.
Social responsibility, sustainability and purpose remain essential as consumers demand clearer commitments.
New technology and digitalised surveillance are causing employees to suffer from a form of ‘psycho-social violence’ and causing productivity to go down, claim Dr Phoebe Moore, Senior Lecturer in International Relations at Middlesex University London and Pav Akhtar, Director of Professionals and Managers at UNI Global Union, in a paper* published recently in the International Journal of Labour Research.
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Huawei Agile Solution Improves Jumeirah Group

Huawei helps the Jumeirah Group build a robust and agile IT department to support the rapid business expansion of the group.

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