Nowadays it’s essential for a company to reach ‘On’. What do we mean by this? Reaching ‘On’ is an aspirational state for businesses of today and a call to action to become one of the successes of the future.Read on
The value of digital to our personal lives
Digital never sleeps. Neither can your business
What does a business need to do to thrive in a digital landscape? How can a business drive itself forward?
Are you an agile business? Find out now
To succeed in a digital world, companies need a different operating model. They need to remove complexity. They need to be able to react quickly. Find out if you’ve got what it takes.
The bigger you are, the more complex you are. Size gives you scale, financial stability, and geographical reach, but it can also make you slow to respond and resistant to new ideas.Read on
Data can tell you more about the customer and help you run your business better
Digital is all about data. It’s now possible to collect, store, analyse and manipulate an unprecedented volume of data in fractional amounts of time. Bigger and better data can help you save time and money, improve your reporting, increase productivity, identify and manage risk, and monitor performance more effectively.Read on
The fastest route to growth used to be globalisation. Not any more
In the last five years, the emphasis has shifted from new markets to new ideas. How can digital technology help your organisation achieve growth through innovation?
In a 2013 PwC survey, Breakthrough innovation and growth, we asked over 1,700 international executives what they thought the biggest source of growth would be over the next five years. 93% of them said ‘innovation’. Five years ago the answer would have been globalisation, but now the emphasis has shifted from new markets, to new ideas and new ways of working.Read on
Trust is as important in the digital age as coal was in the industrial age
Can your customers trust you? Can you trust your systems? To succeed in the digital world, you need to be able to answer yes to both questions.
It’s hard to overstate how important trust is becoming. In the digital world, trust comes in two forms: trust you earn from your customers, employees, suppliers and partners. And trust in the resilience of your own systems and processes.Read on
Two things we can be certain of in life: taxes, and the world becoming more digitised
What challenges do businesses face in the international tax environment? We outline some of the issues you need to be aware about.
Digital technology is changing how businesses operate in fundamental ways, though one that may not immediately come to mind is taxation. There have, however, been a number of high-profile examples of multinational businesses apparently exploiting anomalies in the international tax system and there is a public perception that ‘digital businesses’ are at the forefront of this. This is one reason why the OECD now has a task force looking at tax and the digital economy.Read on