Life Sciences & Health Care
Securing trust in the global COVID-19 supply chain
From development and delivery to acceptance and administration
COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics, and the associated medical devices and consumables, present an urgent need for a protected supply chain and a system of traceability built around globally identified products.
COVID-19: Shaping the future regulation of emergency medical equipment supply
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted everyone’s daily lives and touched every industry across the world. While many countries had influenza and other pandemic preparedness plans in place prior to COVID-19, no one was fully prepared for the speed and indiscriminate spread of the disease.
COVID-19 boosts digitalisation of retail banking
Even before the current crisis, online services had become an integral part of retail banking. The impact of COVID-19 has now reinforced this trend which is likely to continue once the crisis has passed. Cost is a major factor for banks, but customers also increasingly want online banking.
Navigating towards a 'next normal’ after COVID-19
Lessons from APAC wealth managers
This study focuses on how APAC client advisors and clients have navigated the COVID - 19 crisis, how their needs are likely to change, and how the client interaction model may develop in the future.
Energy, Resources & Industrials
Government & Pubic services
The journey to digital transformation in the Government and Public Sector
Findings from an online survey about digitalisation - such as eGovernment, eVoting, electronic identification and remote working - in the Swiss administration, run on 1,500 people living in Switzerland and working in the Government and Public Sector.
eGovernment services are on the rise
The Swiss population would like to see standardised digital services in the public sector across the country
People in Switzerland rate the offer of digital services in the public sector (eGovernment) as progressive. However, there is still room for improvement compared to other countries.
Working from home during the coronavirus crisis is far less common among public authorities than in the private sector
The proportion of civil servants who were able to work entirely from home during the coronavirus crisis is lower than the overall average for all Swiss employees. Just under 1/3 of all public sector employees met the technical requirements to allow them to work from their home offices.