Expert Guidance on the Digital-First Strategies Driving the C-Suite Agenda
IDC’s Future Enterprise Research
Scale, Trust, and Impact: Building a Successful Digital-First Strategy
By 2026, 40% of the total revenue for G2000 organizations will be generated by digital products, services, and experiences.
As we enter the digital business era, business leaders and investors must look for sustainable growth built on digital-first strategies. Digital transformation must yield to larger and more purposeful long-term goals as C-Suites ensure that their organizations focus on measurable business outcomes.
One of the key characteristics of the digital business is quantifiable business value creation enabled by digital. IDC predicts that by 2026, 90% of organizations that accurately quantify the value of their digital capabilities and assets will significantly improve their market valuation and competitive position.
Building a Successful Digital-First Strategy
As companies implement digital-first strategies, their success will depend on how well they can scale their digital operations, the extent to which they can establish trust with their customers, and the degree to which they can positively impact and improve customer experiences. Technology suppliers will play a key role – providing solutions and guidance to help businesses meet these goals and ultimately thrive in a digital-first world.Contact Us to Learn More
IDC’s Future of X Research
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IDC’s global research teams provide expert guidance to business leaders and technology suppliers on the digital strategies, requirements, and business goals driving the new CEO agenda.
With eight Future of X research practices, IDC provides the guidance businesses need to attract digital talent, make appropriate digital infrastructure investments, provide seamless connectivity, improve enterprise intelligence, implement data-driven operations, establish trust, improve customer experiences, strengthen industry ecosystems, and, ultimately, achieve measurable business goals and outcomes.
Each Future of X practice is global, cross-functional, and organized as a virtual team, combining thought leadership with industry-leading analysis of important technology trends and survey-based insights.