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When enterprises become digital innovation factories, software vendors need to step up their technology offerings.
For several weeks now numerous media outlets have been publishing articles related to remote work on topics from technology to etiquette to preventing feelings of isolation (virtual happy hour anyone?) But how ready are we for this “new normal”?
While many organizations today are providing digital workspaces for their employees, some are not meeting the requirement of a truly digitally transformed work environment. These workspaces that are not up to par are inflexible workspaces. Inflexible workspaces are unable to sufficiently deliver an ideal employee experience, protect what matters most to an organization’s security, and effectively measure the impact of a technology initiative relative to overall business success.
We’ve discussed the need
to redefine enterprise intelligence and what the future of intelligence
will look like for technology and business leaders, and we know that
organizations are paying attention. In fact, enterprises spent $200 billion on
data, analytics, and AI software, hardware, and services last year. That
doesn’t even include the investment in external data and internal labor costs
to further fuel intelligence initiatives.
With a rapidly growing digital economy, today’s CEOs and business leaders are currently in the middle of a seismic shift in the way businesses view and use their business technology. While companies will still consume software from technology vendors, the need to produce their own software will become increasingly essential to the success of their business.