Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work partnered with us to survey 4,000 C-level executives and find out how they are planning on leveraging their digital capabilities in the coming year.
In this video, our research is showcased to discuss the “digital first” trend that has been intensified by the coronavirus pandemic. By using AI, automation and analytics, businesses can find solutions to the changing business landscape.
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