Our report examines the emerging technologies with the most potential to disrupt industries and transform business models.
At a time when CEOs indicate disruption is a strategic imperative, our report examines the emerging technologies with the most potential to disrupt industries and transform business models. KPMG also provides insight on barriers to commercializing these technologies and their monetization opportunities. Emerging technologies are further redefining the 21st century enterprise. We showcase how the workforce of the future, customer engagement, everything-as-a-service, and the changing nature and value of assets are essential to finding a competitive edge.
The publication includes perspectives from our annual survey of more than 800 global technology industry leaders including start-up entrepreneurs and FORTUNE 500 executives. We are also highlighting KPMG’s global CEO survey “Disrupt and grow.” This survey showcases opinions from over 1,200 CEOs across 11 key industries.
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