Recent Release | 01 Feb 2021
Fast-track to future-ready performance: Elevate every decision with intelligent operations
New research from Accenture and Oxford Economics shows that applying tech-driven
operational intelligence can improve business performance.
To understand the connection between business operations maturity and performance, Oxford Economics and Accenture surveyed more than 1,100 C-suite and VP-level executives across 11 countries and 13 industries. We identified four levels of operations maturity—stable, efficient, predictive, and future-ready—and found that the companies furthest ahead are seeing stronger business outcomes than others.
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