Fewer than 10% of CIOs identified themselves and their companies as being advanced in the journey to incorporate technology into their digital business strategies, Deloitte's 2018 CIO survey reveals in the UK edition of its 2018 global CIO survey, Manifesting Legacy: Looking Beyond the Digtal Era.
Real-time analytics promises the last word in business agility. There is obvious business value in being able to react immediately to changing patterns in customer behaviour or to prevent problems ahead of time, to give but two examples. And becoming more real-time could be an element in accelerating economic growth beyond the pandemic.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how the world-famous National Geographic magazine is adapting to the digital age and using technology to better engage its audience. We ask what Microsoft's $7.6bn acquisition of GitHub means for the open source community. And our latest buyer's guide looks at developer tools. Read the issue now.
From this e-guide you will learn about such developments in sales and marketing enterprise software in 2018, with a view to 2019 – from Computer Weekly and from our specialist US TechTarget site SearchCRM.
In this e-guide: HR software had long been a relatively backward zone of enterprise software before the Covid-19 pandemic. It had been catching up, as organisations applied digital approaches drawn from customer experience to employee experience, encompassing the journey from recruitment, through working and learning, to moving up or moving on.
Whether it’s to fill short-term gaps, raise you over a barrier, or serve as a bridge across territory you always need to avoid, building the right partnerships can elevate your value delivery and demand gen strategy. Download “Partnering to Accelerate Results” to learn how to create partnerships that can help you reach your goals.
Download this e-guide to explore several methods being used to maximize patient engagement tools and uncover some of the most effective patient care initiative and learn more about the future of CRM-themed caregiving as akin to a one-stop "shopping" experience for patients.