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TECH SUPPLIER Oct 2019 - Taxonomy - Doc # US45507219

IDC's Worldwide Digital Transformation Use Case Taxonomy, 2019: Precision Agriculture

By: John ZhangResearch Analyst

Abstract

This IDC study describes the most prominent use cases that are being digitally transformed in the precision agriculture space. IDC has created a use case taxonomy for digital transformation for multiple industry segments. The taxonomy follows a hierarchical structure that begins with the digital mission of that industry, the strategic priorities that support that mission, the programs that will be initiated to satisfy the priorities, and the funded projects or use cases that will be implemented under these programs. The taxonomy not only forms the basis for our market forecasts but also provides the framework for the digital journey maps that will assist our clients in understanding the full scope of enterprise efforts.

"Agriculture is one of the oldest industries that still exists and is going through a massive digital transformation process. All aspects of the farming process, including planting, growing, and harvesting, can be vastly improved using new technologies that can boost productivity and limit the impact on the environment. This research is designed to accelerate agriculture organizations' digital transformation," says John Zhang, research analyst, Industry and Business Solutions, IDC Canada.


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Subscriptions Covered

Executive Information , IDC Energy Insights: Worldwide Agriculture Digital Transformation Strategies


Companies Covered

CANDENTE COPPER CORP., Mobile Create Co., Ltd.


Regions Covered

Worldwide


Topics Covered

Digital transformation


Vertical Markets

Energy, Energy as a service


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