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  • MoneyShot MDS 2022 2023 Updated - Transforming Manufacturing Operations Through Digitization

    Transforming Manufacturing Operations Through Digitization

    Manufacturers are under pressure to meet growing customer expectations despite increased production costs, a shortage of skilled workers, and the need to make new investments for Industry 4.0. To alleviate this pressure, they are investing in digital technologies to cut costs, shorten development cycles, reduce human dependency, mitigate risks from supply chain disruptions, and move toward sustainability. They are also working to diversify their business models and increase profitability. As this requires a strong integration of domain and technological expertise, manufacturers are collaborating with service providers for digital transformation. These emerging trends are covered in Avasant’s Manufacturing Digital Services 2022–2023 RadarView™.

    November, 2022

  • PrimaryImage Freight and Logistics Digital Services 2022–2023 - Freight and Logistics Digital Services 2022–2023 RadarView™

    Freight and Logistics Digital Services 2022–2023 RadarView™

    The Freight and Logistics Digital Services 2022–2023 RadarView™ can help enterprises craft a robust strategy based on industry outlook, best practices, and digital transformation. The report can also aid companies in identifying the right partners and service providers to accelerate their digital transformation. The 70-page report also identifies key service providers and system integrators that can help businesses in their digital transformation journeys.

    September, 2022

  • PrimaryImage Life Sciences Digital Services 2022 2023 - Life Sciences Digital Services 2022–2023 RadarView™

    Life Sciences Digital Services 2022–2023 RadarView™

    The Life Sciences Digital Services 2022–2023 RadarView™ can help enterprises craft a robust strategy based on industry outlook, best practices, and digital transformation. The report can also aid in identifying the right partners and service providers to accelerate digital adoption. The 93-page report also identifies key service providers and system integrators that can help enterprises in their digital transformation journeys.

    September, 2022

  • Landscape CE ISS report 13 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 10: Energy and Utilities Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 10: Energy and Utilities Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 10 provides benchmarks for public utilities, oil and gas producers, service companies, and midstream distributors across all organization sizes. The 19 respondents in this sector include public utilities (water, gas, and electric), integrated energy companies, upstream exploration and production companies, natural gas companies, pipeline operators, and other energy and utilities companies. The companies in our sample range in size from a minimum of about $50 million to more than $40 billion in annual revenue.

    July, 2022

  • E Commerce Adoption and Customer Experience Profile copy - E-Commerce Complexity Causes Customer Experience Challenges

    E-Commerce Complexity Causes Customer Experience Challenges

    E-commerce technology, while mature, is still evolving. Customer experience is now the focal point as e-commerce systems enable hyperpersonalization. But e-commerce has become increasingly complex resulting in low TCO success and satisfactions rates. This Research Byte provides a summary of our full report on e-commerce adoption trends and customer experience.

    May, 2022

  • MoneyShot Retail Digital Services 2022 2023 - Digital Retail Services: Orchestrating an Omnichannel Experience

    Digital Retail Services: Orchestrating an Omnichannel Experience

    Retail is increasingly hyperpersonal and omnichannel. Pandemic lockdowns and supply chain disruptions have actually raised the bar for consumer expectations as they found they could have anything delivered right to their doorstep. That raised bar means that retailers are increasingly relying on data and AI to map consumer sentiment and needs, and they are deploying digital technology including virtual reality and other immersive technologies to improve the customer experience. However, all of this requires investment and seamless orchestration of multiple technologies. This is best done with partners. These emerging trends are covered in Avasant’s Retail Digital Services 2022–2023 RadarView™.

    May, 2022

  • MoneyShot Autonomous Medical Coding Products 2022 - Autonomous Medical Coding Key to Transformation of Claims Processing

    Autonomous Medical Coding Key to Transformation of Claims Processing

    In the previous decade, medical coding was largely a slow and error-prone manual process. The adoption of ICD-11 has only exacerbated this problem. With automation technologies now delivering accuracy, agility, and process visibility, adoption of autonomous medical coding (AMC) products is growing. However, choosing the right AMC product is not easy. There are dozens on the market, and they are not created equal. These trends are covered in Avasant’s new Autonomous Medical Coding Products 2022 RadarView™ Scan.

    April, 2022

  • MoneyShot Healthcare Provider Digital Sevices 2022 2023 - Telehealth: An Emerging Healthcare Delivery Model

    Telehealth: An Emerging Healthcare Delivery Model

    Healthcare providers are increasingly investing in telehealth as it facilitates remote patient monitoring, enables wellness management, and reduces dependency on staff. They are not only offering a convenient and cost-effective care delivery model but also generating revenue by treating patients across different geographies. However, there are some challenges such as compliance, high dependency and investment in technology, and data integration. These emerging trends are covered in Avasant’s Healthcare Provider Digital Services 2022–2023 RadarView™.

    March, 2022

  • Money Shot Healthcare Payor Digital Services 2022 2023 - Preventive Care Investments Help Healthcare Payors Reduce Costs and Improve Quality of Care

    Preventive Care Investments Help Healthcare Payors Reduce Costs and Improve Quality of Care

    With the rise in healthcare spending, payors are evaluating different methodologies to contain costs and improve care delivery. Major strategic goals for payors include incorporating Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) in policy calculation, shifting to a value-based care model with price transparency, and adhering to interoperability laws. However, the most critical goal is to invest in preventive care and facilitate the shift from reactive to proactive care. Payors can achieve up to 42% ROI over three years by implementing preventive care measures such as promoting lifestyle modifications, building digital health platforms, and launching apps. These emerging trends are covered in Avasant’s Healthcare Payor Digital Services 2022–2023 RadarView™.

    January, 2022

  • Primary Image Canada Digital Services 2021 2022 - Canada Digital Services 2021–2022 RadarView™

    Canada Digital Services 2021–2022 RadarView™

    The Canada Digital Services 2021–2022 RadarView™ addresses Canadian enterprises’ needs and helps them identify and adopt the right technologies combined with appropriate implementation strategies. The 91-page report also identifies key service providers and system integrators that can help these enterprises in business transformation.

    December, 2021

  • 5G and healthcare - 5G and the Future of Healthcare

    5G and the Future of Healthcare

    5G promises to be 10—20 times faster and with less latency than the previous generation (4G), enabling new capabilities and transforming applications in a variety of industries. However, the cost of 5G is enormous. Healthcare, a notoriously laggard sector, has the opportunity to take a big step forward if it can choose the right applications to begin its investment.

    October, 2021

  • Primary Image High Tech Industry Digital Services 2021 2022 RadarView - High-Tech Industry Digital Services 2021–2022 RadarView™

    High-Tech Industry Digital Services 2021–2022 RadarView™

    The High-Tech Industry Digital Services 2021–2022 RadarView™ addresses the need for enterprises to understand the right action points to gain competitive advantage. It also identifies key service providers and system integrators that can help enterprises in their business transformation. It also brings out detailed capability and experience analyses of leading vendors to assist high-tech companies in identifying strategic partners for their digital transformation journeys. The 91-page report also highlights key industry trends and the industry outlook in the high-tech space and Avasant’s viewpoint on them.

    October, 2021

  • staff graph updated - Retailers Feeling the Need for More Database Administrators

    Retailers Feeling the Need for More Database Administrators

    : While database administration (DBA) staffing remains steady or has declined in most sectors, the retail/wholesale sector has increased staffing in this area. The COVID-19 pandemic elevated the importance of an online presence in the retail/wholesale sector. This Research Byte provides a summary of our full report on database administration staffing ratios.

    October, 2021

  • ISSCh08 - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 8: Retail Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 8: Retail Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 8 provides benchmarks for retailers. This sector includes retailers of clothing, jewelry, hardware, furniture, sports equipment, groceries, pharmaceuticals, and general merchandise. They include department stores, furniture stores, pharmacies, convenience stores, sporting goods stores, and specialty retailers. We also include hospitality and consumer services in this sector.

    July, 2021

  • ISSCh10 - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 10: Energy and Utilities Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 10: Energy and Utilities Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 10 provides benchmarks for public utilities, oil and gas producers, service companies, and midstream distributors across all organization sizes. The 21 respondents in this sector include public utilities (water, gas, and electric), integrated energy companies, upstream exploration and production companies, natural gas companies, pipeline operators, and other energy and utilities companies.

    July, 2021