Only 5% of companies worldwide are classified as “digital leader” significantly lagged the pace of transformation

Guidance for 4600 after the corporate decision-makers more than 40 countries and regions participate in a survey, Dell Technology Group has released the latest digital transformation Index (DT Index Ⅱ index). Data show that: the world is still only 5% of the company is divided into “digital leaders”, compared with the 2016 does not have any increase, compared with 2016 China, an increase of 1.5%; Emerging markets performed better than developed markets, India Brazil and Thailand digital maturity highest score; 78% of global respondents think companies should conduct a broader digital transformation, respondents from China, the proportion of that opinion reached 85.5%; 51% of globally respondents (China 27%) found it difficult to meet changing customer needs, the respondents 1/3 of the fear of falling behind in the next five years; 91% of respondents believe that the digital transition hampered by the privacy and security of data, lack of funding and resources, such as lack of employee skills.
DT Index Ⅱ index of cooperation by the Dell Technology Group and Intel, Vanson Bourne companies. Survey results also show that the performance of emerging markets, the digital transition is more mature, India, Brazil and Thailand among the top three in the world rankings; in contrast, developed market performance is not satisfactory, Japan, Denmark and France, digital maturity lowest score ; China ranked 16th in the survey involved more than 40 countries and regions. Advances in digital transformation slow DT Index Ⅱ Index is compiled from research on the basis of the digital transformation of the initial index of 2016 published on. Comparison of the two findings highlight the fact that: slow progress in the global digital transformation, enterprises difficult to keep up the pace of rapid change. After the distribution by groups of respondents Bench evaluation of view , compared with 2016, although the proportion of digital practitioners has increased, but at the top of the “pyramid” digital leader and no increase; the world there are still nearly forty percent (39%) of the companies belonging to the two groups of digitized most immature – backward and followers. Dell Technology Group Chairman and CEO Michael Dell said: “In the near future Control Engineering Copyright , every business will usher in the digital revolution, but our survey shows that the vast majority of companies still have a long way to go. If companies want to seize digitalTransformation brought about unprecedented opportunities, we must immediately take action in terms of the technological modernization. “
China’s situation is different although there is still much work to do, but research shows that Chinese companies are action – in 2016, 33% of Chinese enterprises were listed as the digital latecomers, today this figure was only 9 %; while in 2016 China only 2.3% of companies are classified as digital practitioners, now this figure reached 24 percent can be said that in many ways the digital transition, the Chinese companies have met or exceeded the global average based on. DT index ⅱ index, the overall score is higher than the emerging economies of the developed economies. Therefore, 53% of emerging market confidence in its ability to “subvert rather than subversion”, while the developed markets only 40% of the decision-making companies from China who are particularly confident, 84% of respondents believe they will play the role of “subversives” in. “DT index ⅱ index of these findings, confirms the importance of China in recent years, digital development, as well as made in the study of cutting-edge technology breakthrough. “Dell’s executive vice president, Global Technology Group, Dr. Huangchen Hong, president of Greater China, said,” China’s digital economy strong momentum of development, becoming promoting sustainable economic transformation and upgrading of traditional industries and the development of endogenous forces. “The main obstacle to the transformation of the survey results also show that many enterprises lack enough confidence to policymakers –91% of global respondents believe that the digital transition suffer from a variety of hindering
five major obstacles to digital transformation: data Privacy and security issues (2016, ranked No. 5), lack of funding and resources, lack the necessary in-house skills to change and expertise, regulatory and legislative (2016 ranked No. 9) and digitized cultural immaturity. Chinese enterprises “five obstacles” in the digital transformation of the problems encountered with the global situation is basically the same, but compared with the “regulatory and legislative change,” respondents from China think that “lack of technical support to adapt to the speed of business” should be included. in addition, the survey also found that nearly half (49 percent) of respondents believe that the next five years, companies where they have to work hard to prove themselves. China has 27% of respondents hook chose this option, apparently, relatively speaking Chinese enterprises believe themselves to better understand customer needs. in order to achieve digitization to plan future Recognizing itself is inObstacles to a “Either transformation or death,” the environment, more and more companies around the world begin to develop plans to overcome the digital transformation, rebuild confidence. For example, 46% of global respondents said CONTROL ENGINEERING China Copyright , their businesses by teaching staff programming, etc., to enhance the internal digital skills, training professionals CONTROL ENGINEERING China Copyright , the proportion is far higher than the 27% in 2016; while in China control Engineering Copyright , this figure is increased to 62% from 22%, nearly tripled Fan. At the same time, more than half (51%) of companies are using digital technology to accelerate the development of new products / services (China is 53.5%); about 44% by improving business skills and business unit manager of the IT department manager of IT skills promote cross-functional knowledge sharing (China 42%); as well as 43% of the digitized target integrated into all departments and employees goals (China 57%).
DT Index Ⅱ index also investigated the global enterprise next 1 to 3 years of major investment in technology direction: network security, networking technology, environment, cloudy, artificial intelligence, compute-centric approach. There is no doubt that the future development will depend on the measures being taken. To Draper’s case, this Dell Technology Group customers, their business involves a number of areas of biomedicine. The company’s chief information officer Mike Crones said: “The support from our innovative infrastructure and services, to be used to combat a variety of diseases experimental techniques, technology can help us continue to solve the toughest problems if you do not achieve complete. transformation and modernization, we can not break through the barriers to truly become a veritable engineering and research company the highest in the “digital maturity followed by India, Brazil, Thailand, Mexico, Colombia; the lowest national digital maturity by Japan, Denmark, France, Belgium, Singapore.

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