Deloitte’s 12th annual Tech Trends report provides insights and inspiration for the digital journey ahead.
For more than a decade, Tech Trends has explored the landscape of emerging technologies and sought to understand their impact on business strategy. Within this broad landscape, we have identified several macro technology forces as the backbone of business innovation and transformation. Full Report
I think it’s safe to say that we’re all ready for a fresh start in 2021, though that doesn’t mean we’ll get it.
The chief research officer for business intelligence analyst ABI Research kicks off the firm’s annual trends report by acknowledging that 2020 was one of the most challenging years the world has ever seen.
So what happens next?
The ABI team has assembled a list of 68 predictions of what they believe will and will not happen in 2021, though the foundational premise of the report is clear: technology, say the researchers, will be "the most powerful tool in ensuring corporate health."
Today we’re discussing emerging technologies, and ABI has some ideas of what to expect.
Claudia Jarrett - EU Automation
Despite the obvious disruptions caused by COVID-19, the future for manufacturing looks bright. According to the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) third quarter 2020 outlook survey, 66 per cent of manufacturer respondents are positive about their company’s outlook over this year, with increases expected in sales, employment, production growth rate and wages. Here, Claudia Jarrett, country manager at industrial parts supplier, EU Automation, analyses how automation will make 2021 a very fruitful year. Full Article