Oxford Economics and EY surveyed 1,001 executives with technology decision-making responsibility across industries worldwide about their digital strategies and results. This report highlights six key actions to help improve your digital strategy and realize a return on digital investments. Key findings include:
- Digital leaders have clearer strategies and better technical execution, resulting in higher return on digital investment and revenue growth.
- Internet of Things (IoT), cloud and AI become table stakes as digital spend accelerates, but most companies have yet to realize full technology benefits.
- CXOs have differing preferences on organic vs. inorganic digital investment strategies. Digital M&A is more likely to exceed expectations.
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