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IDC has released the top 10 predictions for 2023 for the Future of Industry Ecosystems.
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Achieving an open, shared approach with partners is not easy: data, applications, operations, and capital (human, assets, and financial) for every organization are disparate of course; business processes are disconnected; and security protocols and systems are not unified. The future of industry ecosystems — an expansion of ecosystem partners that organizations must work with in support of any situation, whether innovation, product or service change, dynamic demand, or unexpected disruption — is rapidly progressing as the new way of working.
Organizations that focus on industry ecosystems will begin to derive a large percentage of their revenue from these new business models.
IDC’s Jeff Hojlo unlocks the top predictions affecting multiple industries, highlighting the value in organizations utilizing the Future of Industry Ecosystems framework to form cross-industry ecosystem partnerships.
In one global survey, IDC looked at how companies are currently planning to approach their industry ecosystem strategy. The resounding answer is to better understand the customer and demand. The solution, or need, then becomes obtaining visibility across the supply chain and becoming a more agile enterprise.
Discover how organizations can become resilient, flexible and foster innovation to meet market needs and solve problems while IDC’s Jeff Hojlo discusses the Shared Operations & Expertise approach.
Discover how organizations can create external “bench” of application development support and ongoing collaboration to achieve enterprise resiliency