We all are passing through interesting times. On one hand is digital disrupting industries and economies, on the other hand it is being embraced by enterprises to emerge stronger. In order to capture what enterprises are planning for the next year, Coeus Age Consulting has been conducting an annual survey among enterprise technology leaders. This is being done since 2012 and hence gives us past data to track changes and trends.
This year’s survey was conducted in December 2017, it captured the enterprise business priorities and IT plans for 2018. The inputs, available from 100+ very large, large and medium sized organizations were used to identify six key predictions for 2018 and estimate the market for IT in general and digital technologies in particular.
Sharing one of the #sixpredictionsfor2018 here.
#secondwaveofdigital is emerging –
60% + of the enterprises have stated their interest in exploring Internet of Things, big data analytics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and bots in 2018. While the earlier digital stack of social media, mobility, analytics and cloud (SMAC) becoming broad based and mainstream, the interest in new technologies indicates that the second wave of digital is emerging. This will demand the underlying core IT infrastructure and applications to be overhauled and modernized for a better handling of data imperatives like velocity, variety, volume and veracity. Incidentally 25-30% plan to overhaul their core IT in 2018.
This year’s report has been published and is available for perusal now.
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Table of Contents
Business priority, 2017 and 2018
IT priority, 2017 and 2018
Technology focus, 2017 and 2018
Stage of evolution of digital adoption, 2014 till 2018
Process domain focus, 2016-17 and 2018
Technology focus by process domain, 2016-17 and 2018
Overall Domestic IT Spend, 2013- 2018
Spend on Digital by Enterprise and Government, 2013-2018
Summing it up