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Deloitte Digital study: Digitally-influenced sales in retail brick-and-mortar stores to reach $2.2 trillion by year-end
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Strategy, not technology, drives digital transformation
Is your business ready for a digital future?
Evolve faster. The Intuitive Enterprise.
Maintaining a competitive edge means building a Digital Enterprise that’s capable of taking full advantage of social, mobile, web, cloud and analytic technologies. It requires transforming your business into an Intuitive Enterprise™ that anticipates tomorrow’s customers’ needs and delivers insights that lead to first mover advantage. It requires integration of people, processes, and capabilities to deliver an omni-channel experience. Deloitte’s digital transformation specialists operate at the “sweet spot” at the intersection of strategy, implementation and creative capabilities to help you reimagine how profits are made, reshape how work gets done, and rewire the competitive fabric of entire industries.
New MIT and Deloitte global study shows strategy required to drive digital transformation
New research released by MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte Digital finds that many employees across all generations are dissatisfied with their organization's digital progress to date and are voicing a desire to work for digitally mature leaders, suggesting upcoming retention challenges for many companies.
The report, Strategy, Not Technology, Drives Digital Transformation, is based on findings from the fourth annual global survey of more than 4,800 business executives across 27 industries and 129 countries.
The Intuitive Enterprise
Through enterprise-wide transformation, a company can become an Intuitive Enterprise - creating intelligent systems to connect customers, employees, and suppliers; drive growth and innovation; and sense and shape markets to redefine the digital frontier.
Navigating the new digital divide: Capitalizing on digital influence in retail
For the third year, Deloitte Digital conducted surveys with thousands of consumers to understand how they engage with digital when shopping, and to quantify how these interactions influence their in-store purchase behavior. This year, and over two million data points later, the continuing growth of digital influence is resulting in a widening divide between consumers’ digital expectations and retailers’ ability to deliver on them.
Capturing the Digital Customer: Simplify the shopping maze to win more sales
Despite investing millions of dollars in enhancements to its mobile and web presence, a major retailer was having an increasingly difficult time converting online customer visits into sales. How could the retailer improve its digital shopping experience, convert online browsing into increased sales, and hit its performance goals?
Tech Trends 2016: Innovating in the digital era
The 2016 report identifies eight trends that reflect macro forces fueling innovation: digital, analytics, cloud, the renaissance of core systems, and the changing role of IT within the enterprise, balanced with the implications of cyber risk—security, compliance, regulatory and compliance, quality, and safety.
The theme for this year’s report, Innovating in the Digital Era, is inspired by the opportunities today’s CIOs—across industries, geographies, and company sizes—have to shape every corner of their organizations by transforming “business as usual.”
Explore the trends:
- Right-speed IT
- Augmented & virtual reality go to work
- Internet of Things: From sensing to doing
- Reimagining core systems
- Autonomic platforms
- Blockchain: Democratized trust
- Industrialized analytics
- Social impact of exponential technologies