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TECHNOLOGY VISION 2017—AN AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVE


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Overview

TECHNOLOGY VISION 2017

An Australian
Perspective

Four out of five Australian executives agree that technology development is no longer a linear process, but happening exponentially.

While individual technology advances are moving rapidly, it’s the multiplier effect of all technologies together that creates the greatest source of business disruption and business opportunity. In the Accenture Technology Vision 2017: Australian perspective, we explore how Australia is tracking in comparison to the rest of the world across each trend of the Technology Vision 2017.

Background

2017 TECH VISION TRENDS

THE FUTURE OF TECHNOLOGY

WHAT'S NEXT
THE TECHNOLOGY TRENDS IN DETAIL


AI IS THE NEW UI

When it comes to AI and people, it's no longer a question of humans vs machines. Instead, AI is supporting and shaping a new, productive relationship between humans and technology, with 71.5 percent of Australian executives expecting AI to change their industry in the next three years.

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ECOSYSTEM POWERPLAYS

More and more, organisations are integrating their core business functions with third parties and their platforms. But these are much more than traditional partnerships. An overwhelming 93.2 percent of Australian businesses consider platform based business models to be strategic imperative, but how are Australian organisations dealing with the opportunity?

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Workforce Marketplace

WORKFORCE MARKETPLACE

The future of work has already arrived. Digital leaders are fundamentally reinventing their workforces. It's a trend that is clearly evident in Australia: Under 10 percent of Australian organisations consider themselves as having traditional, heirarchical structures.

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Design for Humans

DESIGN FOR HUMANS

Seventy-one percent of Australian business leaders agree organisations that can truly tap into what motivates people, and design customer experiences around that, will be in the next wave of leaders, but what are Australian organisations doing to design for humans?

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The Uncharted

THE UNCHARTED

The pace and extent of digitally-driven change astounds even those working at the heart of the digital economy. Businesses are not just creating new products and services, they're shaping whole new digital industries.

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Key Findings

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JUSTIN BAIRD

Managing Director R&D, Technology and Innovation
Accenture Technology Australia and New Zealand

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