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Our latest Accenture study reveals eight trends that are triggering a new industry paradigm for high tech. Evolving customer needs and macro-level shifts are spurring the need for technological evolution and operating model re-invention.
The key imperatives for the CXO’s are to focus on creating new value for customers, capitalizing on market opportunities and top-line growth. High Tech companies must modernize their core by shifting to as-a-Service models, expanding industry boundaries, reinventing their portfolios, modernizing with enterprise transformation and building resilient supply chains.
High Tech is a fast-paced industry, at the forefront of any digital transformation journey. It can be overwhelming to stay in-the-know on the latest news and information on that journey so each week, Accenture’s High Tech experts share their thoughts on the latest trends, current events and solutions for your company, clients and ecosystem in the High Tech Perspective blog series.
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July 7, 2021 / Augmented by the pandemic, technologies like 5G and AI will enable new self-care apps and products for increased efficiencies and revenue.