Blog | 10 Dec 2020

Will your digital investment strategy go from virtual to reality?

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:

Click here to read the full report.

About Oxford Economics We are a world leader in economic analysis for business and government. Founded in 1981 as a joint venture with Oxford University’s business college, we specialize in evidence-based thought leadership, forecasting, and economic impact analysis. Headquartered in Oxford, with offices around the world, we employ more than 250 people, including over 150 economists, industry experts, and business editors. Oxford Economics has a worldwide client base of over 1,000 corporations, financial institutions, government organizations, professional firms, and universities.

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