Working with Cognizant, Oxford Economics conducted a global survey of 300 senior executives to better understand how companies are using new digital technologies to change the way they market, sell, and develop products and services. Our survey shows that while companies understand the importance of the digital customer experience, few are taking the bold steps necessary to unlock these opportunities or moving at a pace that will keep them competitive in rapidly-changing markets.
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