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Digital Transformation Study 2017. By Constellation Research

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Category: Industries Digital Transformation Published: Tuesday, 24 October 2017 16:10
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Don't miss this research report by Constellation Research. "This report presents findings from the 2017 Digital Transformation Survey conducted by Constellation Research. Constellation asked survey respondents about the key drivers for their current digital transformation projects, both in terms of process change and IT investment, particularly in the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and synchronous ledger technologies." [...]

 

 

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New Data Shows AI and IoT Are Driving Digital Transformation Efforts 

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

    

By Chris KanaracusCourtney SatoR "Ray" Wang

Chris Kanaracus. Managing Editor, Constellation Insights Chris Kanaracus is managing editor of Constellation Insights, where he manages Constellation's primary research program. As managing editor of Insights, Kanaracus delivers actionable analysis of of breaking enterprise technology news to Constellation Executive Network members. Prior to joining Constellation, Kanaracus spent seven years covering the enterprise software industry for IDG News Service, where he frequently broke exclusive stories with a focus on end-customer issues. A long-time industry observer, Kanaracus has held various managerial and reporting roles at newspapers in New England since 1998.

Courtney Sato. Director of Research Development Courtney Sato is director of research development at Constellation Research. She designs and implements Constellation's primary research initiatives, which seek to identify drivers of digital transformation, priorities for the innovation-minded C-suite and the direction of business evolution in the digital age. As director of research development Courtney works closely with Constellation analysts to develop research hypotheses, produce research reports and set Constellation's research agenda.

R "Ray" Wang. Founder and Principal Analyst R “Ray” Wang is Founder, Chairman, and Principal Analyst of Constellation Research, Inc. and the author of the popular enterprise software blog, “A Software Insider’s Point of View.” He previously was a Founding Partner and Research Analyst for enterprise strategy at Altimeter Group. A background in emerging business and technology trends, enterprise apps strategy, technology selection and contract negotiations enables Wang to provide clients and readers with the bridge between business leadership and technology adoption. Wang has been recognized by the prestigious Institute of Industry Analyst Relations (IIAR) as the Analyst of the Year, and in 2009, he was recognized as one of the most important analysts for Enterprise, SMB, and Software. In 2010, Wang was recognized on the ARInsights Power 100 List of Industry Analysts and named one of the top Influential leaders in the CRM Magazine 100 Market Awards. Wang graduated from the Johns Hopkins University with a B.A. in natural sciences and public health. His graduate training includes a master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins University in health policy and management and health finance and management.

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