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  • MoneyShot US Aerospace and Defense Digital Services 2020 2021 - Research Reports

    Transforming Manufacturing and Maintenance processes in Aerospace and Defense

    The aerospace and defense industry is facing pressure in two directions. The commercial side of aerospace is struggling with decreased demand from the impacts of COVID-19 while the defense and space segments are seeing growth as new technologies emerge. Regardless of the segment, however, the prescriptions are similar. Digital transformation and the adoption of technologies such as 3D printing, artificial intelligence, digital twin, and augmented/virtual reality (AR/VR) are an imperative. These trends are covered in Avasant’s new US Aerospace & Defense Digital Services 2021-2022 RadarView™ report.

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    US Aerospace & Defense Digital Services 2021-2022 RadarView™

    The US Aerospace & Defense Digital Services 2021–2022 RadarViewTM report addresses the need for enterprises to understand the right action points to gain competitive advantage. It also identifies key service providers and system integrators serving in the United States that can help enterprises in their business transformation. It also brings out detailed capability and experience analyses of leading vendors to assist aerospace and defense companies in identifying strategic partners for their digital transformation journeys. The 84-page report also highlights key industry trends and the industry outlook in the aerospace and defense space and Avasant’s viewpoint on them.

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    IT Project Manager Staffing Marches to New High

    As IT organizations move more of their operations to the cloud, the mix of required skills needed is changing, with most infrastructure-support roles falling as a percentage of the staff, and higher-level roles rising. Project management is one job position that has been steadily increasing over the past five years. This research byte discusses what is behind the rise and provides a summary of our full report on IT project management staffing ratios.

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    IT Project Management Staffing Ratios 2021

    In this study, we assess how many project managers a typical IT organization requires. We present five benchmarks: project managers as a percentage of the IT staff, project managers as a percentage of the application group, users per project manager, applications per project manager, and application programmers per project manager. Our analysis also includes the influence of organization size and industry sector. We conclude with recommendations on assessing the performance of the project management function.

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    RCM Outsourcing on the Rise Due to COVID-19 and Changing Reimbursement Models

    The pandemic reinforced the need for healthcare organizations to digitalize and automate their customer-facing patient experience processes. Healthcare providers report higher digital engagement and telehealth utilization, as over 50% of patients expect providers to have digital capabilities. Key areas healthcare providers are focused on improving include patient scheduling, secure online auto-payment options, telehealth and remote patient monitoring, and financial counseling with increased price transparency. Further, the shift from fee-for-service reimbursement to value-based care is driving healthcare providers to focus on core operations and enhanced patient experience. This has increased the outsourcing of RCM middle- and back-office functions. COVID-19 and a move to value-based care have incentivized the adoption of digital operations in RCM. These trends are covered in Avasant’s new RCM Business Process Transformation 2021 RadarView™ report.

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    RCM Business Process Transformation 2021 RadarView™

    The RCM Business Process Transformation 2020 RadarView™ report assists healthcare organizations in identifying strategic partners for the digital transformation of their RCM operations by featuring detailed capability and experience analyses of leading service providers. It provides a 360-degree view of key RCM service providers across practice maturity, domain ecosystem, and investments and innovations, thus helping healthcare enterprises in evaluating leading players in the RCM outsourcing space. The 66-page report also highlights top industry trends in the RCM outsourcing arena and Avasant’s viewpoint on them.

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    Call Security: Our People Lack Awareness

    Security training is a business best practice that involves the training of all IT and user personnel in a company’s security policies and procedures to increase awareness and ensure compliance. It is a highly advisable practice for every company. However, our report shows that too many adopters are only conducting security training in an informal manner, which can have dire consequences. This Research Byte provides a summary of our full report on security training best practices.

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    Security Training Adoption and Best Practices 2021

    Security training is a business best practice that involves the training of all IT and user personnel in a company’s security policies, procedures, and best practices to increase awareness and ensure compliance. It is a highly advisable practice for every organization. Many companies report the existence of security training, yet there is ample room for improvement. This report begins by defining security training and summarizing the main types of training available. We next study the adoption and practice levels and examine those by organization size and sector. We conclude with best-practice recommendations.

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    Avasant Digital Forum: Building Healthcare’s Digital Future

    In recent years, advocates of telemedicine promised increased access to healthcare, better patient outcomes, and reduced costs. COVID-19 became an unexpected large-scale trial for telehealth. Remote patient monitoring, chronic disease management, virtual appointments, and other aspects of digital medicine showed earlier success in those trials. As vaccines and therapeutics reduce the load on healthcare providers, they should not look to return to their previous standards of care. Instead, they should look to continue with digital healthcare in their post-COVID plans.

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    Key Budget Trends in Response to COVID-19

    Due to the devastating effects of COVID-19 in the first quarter of 2020, the global economy went into a recession. Organizations faced abrupt changes and, for a while, all enterprise investments stood still. However, as the global economy tried to recover, many companies made changes to their operational budgets to respond to the new business landscape. Some changes addressed immediate requirements to keep the business running while others like budgetary changes ensured more long-term viability and growth.

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    Business Agility and Resilience Drive Demand for Risk and Compliance Services

    COVID-19 has emphasized the need for regulatory compliance, internal compliance controls, and the use of security frameworks and tools. Meanwhile, the regulatory environment is increasingly complex, particularly for multinational companies, as they struggle to comply with sometimes conflicting regulations across regions. Risks have changed with a growing cloud environment and increasingly diverse IT service portfolio. The need for a strong governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) partner has grown. These emerging trends are covered in Avasant's Risk and Compliance Services 2020-2021 RadarView™ report.

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    Risk and Compliance Services 2020-2021 RadarView™

    The Risk and Compliance Services 2021 RadarView™ report provides information to assist enterprises in charting out their action plan for developing a robust governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) program. It identifies key global service providers and system integrators that can help organizations expedite their GRC tool adoption journey. It also brings out detailed capability and experience analyses of leading providers to assist enterprises in identifying strategic partners for their digital transformation journeys. The 90-page report also highlights key industry trends in the risk and compliance sector and Avasant’s viewpoint on them.