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Whitepaper

Drive work parity with data intelligence

In this whitepaper, you'll learn:

  • How data is shifting in this digital-first, post-pandemic world
  • What you need to foster a thriving data culture
  • Key challenges and opportunities to consider about data
  • What you can do to enable employee experience parity

Read the full whitepaper to learn more about unlocking the full value of your data.

Summary

As organizations compete in today’s economy and our digital-first world, it is critical for innovation that employees experience parity when it comes to data. However, experience parity can only be achieved if there is access parity, where data can be found, trusted and accessed regardless of work location or time of day.

Preview

IDC has seen an atmospheric change in digital transformation (DX), as the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated demand for digital experiences and workplaces, while disruptive and complex macroeconomic, microeconomic, and technology currents are creating swirling winds that business and technology leaders must navigate.

There are headwinds slowing us down, side winds pushing us off course, and tailwinds pushing us forward.

Within these swirling winds, a digital-first world is emerging in which any entity, whether a company, government, consumer, patient, or constituent, is always asking: "Is there some digital-based capability or enhancement that could improve our lives and desired outcomes?"