Despite the number of Australian organisations behaving like so-called digital natives — those using and embracing digital technologies — increasing from 16% to 19%, they are still behind their global counterparts (21%), according to a newly published study.
According to AlphaBeta, intelligent automation is expected to deliver up to $2.2 trillion in economic benefits to Australia by 2030. Not only that, but automation has been cited to be the single most considerable opportunity to grow Australia’s wellbeing in decades.
International consulting firm Deloitte announced today it has been named a leader in Business Transformation in the latest Forrester report.
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