There can be no denying that the digital revolution has brought about vast and extensive changes to many aspects of our lives. By utilising the power of technology, we are changing experiences for hard of hearing attendees to the National Theatre. Read our latest blog post on how our latest partnership with one of the UK’s most prominent performing arts venues is delivering a difference to their services.
How can we make sure artificial intelligence is both ethical and safe? And what if it’s not? How might we address the consequences of badly designed AI? And, more importantly, how can we ensure that AI is always designed for good? These are the big and important questions being asked in the AI world.
03.11.17 Abbie Walsh
In this exciting world, driven by disruption, citizens will continue to look to government to play a leading role in defining the rules and regulations required for the new digital industries. But this cannot be done in isolation, it needs to be done in collaboration with industry, regulators, standards bodies and citizens.
19.10.17 John Baxter
Niamh McKenna explores a global, open forum that brings businesses, non-profits and governments together to create a new framework for the design of exceptional, inclusive and ethical digital services.
27.10.17 Christian Souche
All of us from time to time suffer from technology rage. Every so often, we’ll come up against an incomprehensible flow of logic: a Gordian Knot of process design that stops us in our tracks. Even the best-designed digital services can drive us to despair as we navigate drop down menus, ‘buttons’ and automated phone systems.
28.10.17 Fernando Lucini
Advertising has never been more dependent on technology. Artificial Intelligence and automation are transforming the profession, and giving rise to new disciplines such as programmatic and next-generation advertising.
27.10.17 Christian Souche
The message is clear. To capitalise on Industry X.0, you don’t need a factory full of robots and thousands of machines churning out data. You just need manufacturing processes that can be made faster, easier and better.
31.08.17 Nicholas Wright
If you want an effective cybersecurity strategy, you need to understand the performance of the security measures you have in place.
17.08.17 Rick Hemsley
In any major transformation, the hardest thing is knowing where to start. Accenture recently brought together a panel of experts to discuss the AI projects they've already brought to fruition. Participants from HMRC, Hedgehog Lab and Teesside University shared their experiences in robotics, AI and Machine Learning; and in the process developed six important steps that all businesses should take when they implement an AI system.
14.08.17 Christopher Walker
Take any week on any year and you can bet there’ll be a report of a cybersecurity breach somewhere. Solving the cybersecurity challenge is one of the most important businesses challenges of our age – if not the most important.
27.07.17 Rick Hemsley
Blockchain has reached a tipping point. Accenture has created a system that makes it easier for blockchain users to store their security credentials in hardware security modules (HSM). Unlike vulnerable digital wallets, our new approach isolates the credentials from the rest of the network, making them virtually impossible to access without permission.
04.08.17 Paul Thomas
Your competitors are already looking at implementing new approaches to transforming customer conversations, make sure you can remain competitive by doing the same.
21.07.17 Matthew O'Kane
Do we fully understanf the ethics of flexible working, the so-called “gig economy” used by the likes of Uber etc? How do governments respond to disruptive working practices, where we have not fully understood the implications? Find out more here.
21.07.17 Niamh McKenna
There’s a good opportunity here for public sector agencies to embrace blockchain implementations to find new ways to address these challenges, to support their workforce and to increase the value of the services delivered to citizens.
20.07.17 Victoria Thorpe
With the rise of the machines, therefore, comes a responsibility to rebuild data processes to optimise them for Machine Learning.
29.06.17 Matthew O'Kane
Niamh McKenna, MD in Accenture’s Health and Public Sector consulting practice shares her thoughts on hot new tech trend smart textiles.
20.11.17 Niamh McKenna
The innovative use of data and technology can ensure improved patient outcomes and provide business profitability. Companies must leverage the opportunities presented by Advanced Analytics, Digitisation and Augmented Reality to enhance their supply chains. The opportunity is there for those willing to lead in the new era of Life Sciences.
08.08.17 Oonagh O'Shea
This is the Customer Journey 2.0: a machine-enabled experience that is always-on, flexible and laser-focused on giving the customer exactly what they want, as they want it. You can be sure that your competitors are already looking at implementing this new approach to transforming customer conversations. Make sure you can remain competitive by doing the same.
21.07.17 Matthew O'Kane
We’re at an important stage in the development of AI: We’ve created machines that can improve their own operation without human input. But how did we get here?
25.05.17 Shalini Chaudhari
We all know what today's non-stop customers want from the companies they do business with; a seamless buying journey that's integrated and consistent across different channels. And an immersive, intelligent experience that understands and anticipates their needs, dramatically reducing the thinking and effort required.
18.04.17 Heena Patel
Six years as the Official Technology Partner for the RBS 6 Nations Rugby has taken Accenture Digital on an incredible journey of discovery. The partnership has allowed us to develop and showcase new and emerging digital technologies that have not only changed the way sports fans engage with Rugby’s Greatest Championship, but has also highlighted their uses for a much wider business audience.
06.02.17 Arabel Bailey
Connected technologies in vehicles have progressed far beyond the point of being considered novelty or luxury. Automotive customers have already embraced GPS navigation devices that help improve their driving experience, as well as taking advantage of smartphone apps and services that offer relevant and timely information about traffic and weather on the road.
24.06.16 Luca Mentuccia
Accenture recently surveyed 1,000 American customers to highlight what they found “creepy” and “cool” in a personalised shopping experience.
27.06.16 David Richards
Continuous technological innovation is disrupting every industry; opening up new revenue streams and opportunities for market expansion.
27.06.16 Shalini Chaudhari
Increasingly, businesses are integrating machines and software intelligence to make their organisations more efficient, capture larger market share and be the digital disrupters in their industry. In the age of intelligent automation, success will come to businesses with the right skills, the right development culture and the right focus on testing and quality.
24.10.16 Shalini Chaudhari
We’re entering a new age where customers are taking more control of their relationships with brands, and expect more in return for access to their personal data. Fast-moving utilities can use this trend to their advantage, creating customer-experiences that build customer intimacy and enable a new range of hyper-personalised, context-aware services.
27.06.17 Mark Sherwin
AI will transform the way that public services currently work, and provide enormous benefits to both the service providers and citizens. However public services need to establish the right legal and ethical frameworks to ensure that these changes are managed effectively and positively.
16.06.17 Nicola Smith
What drives consumers in the retail space? We believe the future for retailers is to embrace data and marketing automation to build more intimate relationships with their customers.
09.06.17 Russell Marsh
"Micro-volunteering", as it’s known, allows employees to dedicate as little or as much time as they like to support their cause, and at a time that suits them. This approach helps society, empowers our employees and enhances our ability to attract and retain the next generation of talent.
02.06.17 Mohini Rao
Read how we believe considering and responding to human behaviour gives businesses an unprecedented opportunity to transform their relationships with people.
16.05.17 Emma McGuigan
This is the first article in a series that looks at our Technology Vision 2017. We have distilled the five trends that sit within this report into short videos that see our experts unravel key questions around this year's themes.
31.03.17 Michael Biltz
When it comes to banking, the Open Business model enabled by APIs promises much. APIs make it possible for the products and services of one company to connect with those of another for increased value. By opening its data, functionality and services to third-party developers, a business can expand its innovation capability to comprise an entire ecosystem of partners.
26.01.17 George Marcotte
When people talk about the Internet of Things conversation often moves quickly to some of its more novel examples. We’ve all heard how your kettle can “talk” to your fridge, which then informs your local supermarket that you’re running low on milk. But we’ve also managed to live our lives without needing such a service so far; is it really necessary?
13.01.17 Michael Hobbs
Every so often a new technology comes along that has the potential to completely transform the way we interact and do business with each other and organisations. Blockchain is one of these revolutionary innovations.
06.01.17 Paul Thomas
The desktop is dead, and if you want to engage with Generation Y, let alone Generation Z, you will need to be mobile first. That's what a quick glance at statistics on the growth of mobile in the United Kingdom will tell you, usually painting it as a channel that owes its success to attention stolen from the desktop.
16.02.17 Peter Rogers
Mobile is increasingly the first opportunity a business has to surprise and delight a customer, but first impressions are not enough. A business must continue to meet the evolving expectations of its customers. How can you keep them coming back for more?
05.06.17 Michael Hobbs
How can they keep their app store up and running continuously? The answer is through improved app management that delivers. Find out more.
29.11.16 Michael Hobbs
So you’re releasing a mobile app into the marketplace. How will you know if it’s a success? How will you understand how it’s performing and how to improve it over time? Find out here.
15.11.16 Michael Hobbs
The past ten years has seen a greater level of innovation in the way we pay for goods than the previous 1,000. But this is only the start. Thanks to unprecedented connectivity between people, places and things—otherwise known as the Internet of Things (IoT)—the rate of change is only going to increase.
11.11.16 Paul Thomas
Welcome to our blog series on “AppOps”—the processes and tools by which companies can best operate and manage their mobile applications. This first article talks you through how to make your mobile app stand out.
28.10.16 Michael Hobbs
The rise of the Connected Worker…and their Connected Workplaces
27.06.16 Ben Salama
To build relationship the police must engage the public through digital tools and channels with which people are most familiar.
24.06.16 Allan Fairley
The cloud is essential to bring to life the compelling connected-Government innovations that are transforming the world and grabbing the headlines.
30.06.17 Neil Bacon
The UK Government is facing unprecedented technology and political change, but unfortunately are still behind in Cloud adoption as the skills gap across the public sector increases. It’s been shown time and again that a fast migration to cloud provides quick organisational savings and rewards.
04.04.17 Kamran Ikram
The UK’s public sector is on course to embrace the public cloud. In a recent blog post on the subject, James Stewart, Director of Technical Architecture and Head of Technology at the Government Digital Service, indicated that the Government is “on a journey away from the Public Services Network” (PSN), and encourages departments to use public cloud alternatives. Here, I’m going look at why the Government is recommending this move and how it’ll benefit public sector departments and the public.
17.02.17 Simon Mitchell
In my more recent conversations with execs across multiple industries, there are several issues which are blamed for keeping them awake at night, the three most commonly cited are: How do we retain our customers and earn their trust? How do we increase our employee engagement? How do we become more agile and rapidly innovate?
7.05.16 Nick Taylor