Oxford Economics and NTT DATA partnered in 2022 to conduct research on how organisations are adjusting strategies and taking action to facilitate growth, boost innovation, and become more resilient. We fielded a survey of 1,000 business and IT leaders across North America and found that executives are reimagining digital experiences, transforming the workforce, building business resilience, and striving to create a data-driven enterprise.
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