Digital transformation key but strategy unclear, argues research

(c)iStock.com/South_agency A new piece of research released by IFS – the enterprise software provider rather than the financial institute – argues that while the vast majority of enterprises are keen on pursuing a digital transformation strategy, two in five don’t know how to go about it. 86% of the almost 500 senior decision makers across a variety of industries including manufacturing, automotive and energy argued digital transformation would play a key role in their market, yet 40% do not have a strategy for it. Part of the issue relates to muddled thinking among the C-suite, the research argues. The CIO is most likely to lead company-wide digital transformation, according to 40% of respondents, while the CEO (39%) and CFO (35%) were also highly cited, compared to the CTO (20%) and…


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