Digital technology has changed the face of business as we know it. Deloitte Digital is here to help you use it to your advantage. Our services help you advance customer- and design-centric thinking throughout your organization, from strategy through execution. Deloitte Digital combines Deloitte’s globally recognized strength in business transformation and technology implementation with the capabilities of a world-class digital agency. We can support your organization across the digital lifecycle — from working to define a bold digital strategy to designing and building your online and mobile presence — using agile methods that move quickly from digital concept to digital reality. Use our innovative mobile, web, and social solutions to increase the impact of digital for your customers, employees, and partners.
Disrupting the utility
Deloitte’s annual flagship report, Tech Trends 2017 continues to identify the key trends that will likely revolutionize enterprise technology in the next 18-24 months. This spin-off report talks about how the trends presented in Tech Trends 2017 are likely to impact the power and utilities industry...More
Deloitte CIS announces that it will start providing legal services for technology projects. This became possible after Deloitte acquired a local law firm, Tolkachev and Partners.
“The development of a digital economy is on the agenda for most of our clients. Technologies like cloud computing, artificial intelligence and driverless vehicles, among others, create enormous opportunities for our clients, but also pose challenges and risks in light of constantly evolving regulations and a high degree of uncertainty".
A global summary of findings from nine countries on digital influence in retail
The Global edition of this report explores the digital preferences of consumers, especially how the use of digital devices impacts in-store shopping behavior. It is based on a survey of thousands of consumers in nine different worldwide markets.
Innovating in the digital era
Today’s CIOs – across industries, geographies, and company sizes – have the opportunity to shape tomorrow for every corner of their organization by transforming “business as usual” – imagining the future, while responsibly getting there from the realities of today.
Deloitte’s seventh annual Tech Trends report identifies eight trends that are likely to disrupt businesses in the next 18-24 months – from blockchain to augmented reality, the Internet of Things, socially responsible applications of technology and more.
Explore these trends by clicking on the headings below, or view the full report PDF.
We help our clients with challenges related to big data analytics and processing by developing focused analytical models and improving performance by utilising analytical tools.
Present-day supply chains
Present-day supply chains are becoming more and more complex and multidimensional. They require analysis of an ever-increasing flow of data to ensure the effective use of resources and expand capabilities, as well as manage supply-chain risks.
Company growth rate averages 1,012 percent; with a Dutch winner achieving a record rate of growth despite program criteria changes.
Cracking the collaboration code with mobility
A recent Deloitte Center for Financial Services survey of engineering and construction (E&C) executives revealed that all respondent companies use mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) for work-related activities. They also use broadband extensively, with 4G emerging as the predominant network connection for 75 percent of respondent companies.
Emerging markets gain traction in an always-connected world
Surprising new evidence reveals that consumers in emerging markets are ingraining mobile devices into their daily lives faster than consumers in developed markets. While sidewalks across the globe are now occupied with distracted mobile device owners, our latest global consumer trends report highlights varying user habits. Find out which applications are consumer favorites and who is guilty of checking their phones more than 100 times a day.