When it comes to investments in and satisfaction with mobile adoption, the Brits lead the world.
Simply creating mobile-friendly versions of existing products and services will not be enough for banks to fend off challenges from non-bank competitors, such as PayPal, Google, Amazon and Square. That is the conclusion of a new report by Accenture on digital banking.
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More than half of the highest performing IT teams have deployed enterprise app stores, according to Accenture.
High performers in IT encourage and support their employees in using their own mobile devices at work, according to Accenture's fourth high-performance IT research report.
When it comes to social collaboration technology, many organizations that claim to use it aren't really doing so, and many others that do aren't using it to its full potential.
In other words, the problem in not achieving a decent ROI, or any ROI at all, lies not in the analytics tools, but with the data silos and the shortage of talent.
Accenture, IBM and Pricewaterhousecoopers (PwC) lead the market for enterprise mobility consulting services, according to IDC's latest MarketScape report.
Enterprises across many industries are moving forward with the deployment of analytics solutions and the organization restructuring around them, but so far the payback lies in the future, according to new research from Accenture.
"It is a common problem that technological enthusiasts are so impressed with their technology that they assume the rest of the world will take care of everything else. In my mind, we as technologists and data scientists have to meet business leaders more than halfway," says Jeanne Harris, global managing director of information technology research and executive research fellow at the Accenture Institute for High Performance.