domingo, 20 de mayo de 2018

Informes en Comunicaciones y sensores


Five priorities for achieving Europe´s digital single market (BCG)

La Unión Europea ha establecido unos objetivos muy ambiciosos para su Mercado Único Digital (Digital Single Market – DSM) y que tiene buenas razones para ello. La iniciativa de la Comisión Europea va en la dirección correcta, pero Europa puede hacer más y sus reguladores deben tener en cuenta tendencias como la convergencia de tecnologías, servicios y empresas o la necesidad de continuar con las inversiones necesarias para construir y mantener las redes que satisfagan la creciente demanda.

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Is luxury e-commerce nearing its tipping point? (McKinsey & Company)

How might luxury e-commerce develop over the next five to ten years? As part of our annual Altagamma-McKinsey Digital Luxury Experience Observatory we analyzed the online-sales trajectories of more than 50 luxury brands over the past decade. What we found is that the market’s sales trajectory resembles an S-curve that can be disaggregated into three steps.

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TeBIT 2015 Executive Report: Digital Deliver (BCG)

It does not take many words to explain the biggest finding of this year’s telco IT benchmarking study (TeBIT). To put it simply, digital initiatives pay off. This turn of events warrants the headline treatment—and perhaps a sigh of relief from Europe’s telecom operators.

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The Payoff of IT Transformations (BCG)

It is hard to measure in numbers the return of investments in big data. But we are certainly benefiting from it.

IT transformations can be expensive and challenging, but for telecom operators, the payoff—when it comes—can be on multiple fronts. Chief among the payoffs are lower operating costs as well as the ability to support innovative and differentiating products and services. Investments in this area are crucial, but they need to be decided wisely, as Erdal Altintas, network and IT budget planning manager for Türk Telekom’s finance department, explains.

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Building a Faster, More Agile Telco (BCG)

Digital has to be a concerted, company-wide effort, with telcos not only implementing new capabilities but also changing internal processes. Telcos need to do both to have the speed and agility required to support the business.

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Dossier de Indicadores de la Sociedad de la Información por género (ONTSI)

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Unlocking the Potential of Consumer Digital Payments (BCG)

A new world of consumer digital payments is coming into view, spawned by an increasingly connected landscape of people, devices, and social-media platforms. Ubiquitous connectivity, biometrics, tokenization, cloud computing, and the Internet of Things are just a few of the digital trends that will affect the way consumers transact and interact with their banks. These dynamics, moreover, will spur new value propositions that, in turn, will alter the competitive landscape.

To better understand how banks can advance in digital payments, BCG carried out a survey of nearly 5,500 consumers in four countries—France, Germany, the U.K., and the ...

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Global Payments 2015: Listening to the Customer’s Voice (BCG)

The payments and transaction-banking businesses are evolving at a dizzying pace. The advance of digital technology, the entry of nontraditional players with compelling value propositions, and changing preferences in the way consumers pay for goods and services in their everyday lives have considerably disrupted the industry landscape.

Which direction will consumer payment habits take in the future? How fast will people and businesses adopt the latest digital technology and leave traditional payment methods behind? How can banks not only handle the arrival of new digital players but also use their own vast infrastructure and customer knowledge to remain competitive in ...

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Ericsson & Earth Institute: Information Technology key to achieving new UN Sustainable Development Goals (Ericsson, Earth Institute)

Se analiza como las TIC, y en particular las tecnologías móviles, pueden ayudar a acelerar el cumplimiento de los 17 objetivos de desarrollo sostenible de las Naciones Unidas para 2030. El funcionamiento normal de los agentes no bastará para alcanzar muchos de esos objetivos, por lo que los Gobiernos, el sector privado y el mundo académico necesitarán trabajar juntos. Según el informe, las TIC cuentan con el impulso del mercado y tienen una escala mayor que cualquier otra tecnología, por lo que están en condiciones de mejorar de forma importante el acceso y ...

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Organizing for digital acceleration: Making a two-speed IT operating model work (McKinsey & Company)

Innovators that were “born digital” as Internet companies have set the standard for delivering optimal customer experiences—that is, providing the information and platforms customers need to find and acquire products or services quickly and reliably. Internally, they focus on agility and accelerated learning. To put this learning into action, they use organizational models empowering product managers to test and implement rapid changes that enhance engagement and increase the chances that customers will buy and come back for more.

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Discussions on digital: The new war for talent (McKinsey & Company)

It’s no secret that one of the biggest challenges companies face when it comes to adopting and embedding digital processes is finding the right talent. In our latest Discussions on Digital podcast, McKinsey’s Brian Gregg, a principal in McKinsey’s San Francisco office who heads its consumer digital-excellence initiative, explores the war for talent with several Silicon Valley leaders. Brian was joined by Tim Anderson, senior vice president of product management at Glassdoor; Dianne Esber, an associate principal in McKinsey’s San Francisco office; Kiran Prasad, vice president of engineering at LinkedIn; and Anne Robie, the global head ...

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CEO Agenda Industries Business Topics Viewpoints Global Payments 2015: The Interactive Edition (BCG)

Payments and transaction-banking businesses will face both significant disruption and immense opportunity over the next decade. The advance of digital technology, the entry of nontraditional players with compelling value propositions, and the change in customer needs and expectations are transforming the industry. The most nimble players—those that are quickest to listen to the voice of the customer and adapt their business and operating models—will seize the bulk of the nearly trillion dollars in revenue growth over the next decade.

This interactive enables you to see how regions and segments of the market are expected to evolve from 2014 ...

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How to scale your own digital disruption (McKinsey & Company)

Companies have been investing feverishly in digital initiatives as their business models shift beneath them. Global business spending on cloud technologies alone will surpass $174 billion this year. Many organizations have hired chief digital officers (CDOs) or set up dedicated business units to drive digital strategy. Yet while these investments have generated bursts of innovation, many companies have failed to institutionalize the sort of game-changing disruption that leads to sustainable growth. To become digital to the core, companies must scale their digital experiments—from work flows to the workforce.

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Automotive Insights 01.2015 (Roland Berger)

A transition phase, a sea change, a revolution – the recent developments in the automotive industry have been called many things. But what is clear is that something big is happening: our industry experts around the globe are seeing digitization cause a blurring of lines between traditional OEMs, suppliers and new players from the software and IT industry. Innovative technologies, services and business models are emerging and market positions are being redefined in many quarters.

Is it evolution or revolution? This is the question we examine in the latest issue of "THINK ACT Automotive Insights" with the cover story DIGITAL DRIVE ...

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Lessons from digital leaders. 10 attributes driving stronger performance (PwC)

Digital investments are on the rise and spread more widely throughout organizations than ever before, according to PwC’s 2015 Digital IQ Survey report released today. The report, PwC’s seventh annual, explores the ability of organizations to use technology to drive business value.

In this year’s study of nearly 2,000 executives across 51 countries – split equally among business and IT executives – PwC identified 10 critical behaviors that translate directly to strong revenue growth and profit margin. Companies responding to the Digital IQ survey with the highest scores across the 10 behaviors are 50% more likely to achieve ...

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Growing the Digital Business: Spotlight on Mobile Applications (Accenture)

The vast majority of executives recognize the value of mobile apps for their business (87 percent), but very few are well prepared to successfully deploy and maintain those apps, finds a new Accenture study.
 
The Growing theDigital Business: Spotlight on Mobile Apps report surveyed nearly 2,000 senior decision makers. It found that during the design and build stages of app development, only 52 percent employ a testing program that includes user feedback. Only 48 percent carry out usage reporting or analytics to understand any user pain points in live apps.

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La situación de la I+D+i en España y su incidencia sobre la competitividad y el empleo (CES)

En el informe se analiza la situación de la I+D+i en España y su incidencia sobre la competitividad y el empleo. Se estructura en dos capítulos de análisis y diagnóstico, y otro de conclusiones y propuestas. El primer capítulo se dedica a trazar de manera sintética la evolución reciente y la situación actual del sistema español de I+D+i, mientras que el segundo aborda el marco normativo en el que se despliegan las políticas y la gobernanza del sistema español de I+D+i, estructurado ...

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The Deloitte Consumer Review. Digital Predictions 2015 (Deloitte)

Consumer connectivity and device convergence continue to challenge and disrupt the consumer market. This rate of disruption is set to accelerate with the emergence of new digital technologies and digital platforms. Companies and consumers are also collaborating to create digital ecosystems. Understanding how these trends are developing and will continue to develop remains a differentiator among consumer businesses.

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Driving the Next Wave of IT-Enabled State Government Productivity (ITIF)

It’s time for e-government to fulfill its original promise, cutting government costs through higher productivity. This report shows how.

Companies have long used information technology (IT) to increase productivity. In the public sector, e-government initiatives are supposed to work the same way. All too often, however, governments focus on improving services, not productivity. Lawmakers and administrators tend to view IT as a cost center, not a strategic investment that can produce tangible payoffs for taxpayers and e-government users. This is partly because increasing quality and convenience for citizens is politically uncontroversial, while cutting government costs—particularly labor costs—can ...

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Telecom operators take the lead as data activators in Economy of Data (Atos)

Atos, an international leader in digital services, today launched a new whitepaper that identifies a new role for telecom operators as data activators - matching consumers with providers. In the economy of data - brought about by the Third Digital Revolution that will see about 4.5 billion smartphones, 2.5 billion users of social networks and more than 25 billion objects connected to the internet by 2018 - telecom operators can play a crucial role thanks to their huge customer base and their ability to process real time information about their customers for their customers. This gives them the capability to create ...

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