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65% of European CEOs are under significant pressure to deliver on their digital transformation (DX) strategies. Creating a digital platform with an intelligent core is key to success. The digital platform is defined as an integrated, enterprisewide technology architecture that enables the seamless flow of data across every single business application, system and application. It is intelligent, agile, trusted and orchestrated, and enables great customer and employee experience.

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