Ungated Post | 12 Jan 2016

The UK’s £92bn Digital Opportunity

​Oxford Economics surveyed over 1,000 UK companies to provide a comprehensive snapshot of how companies, industries, regions, and the economy as a whole are adjusting to the challenges and opportunities of digital technologies. The research assesses companies’ progress in building six digital capabilities; technology infrastructure, digital workforce, digital information, digital strategy and leadership, open and collaborative partnerships, and digital customer engagement. It identifies a group of Digital Leaders who have made more progress in building these capabilities and analyses how their approach is distinctive. The report provides guidance to firms wanting to get the most from digital opportunities and quantifies the impact of digital on jobs and increased revenues – for industries, regions, and the economy as a whole.

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