Insight Intelligent Technology™ Index 2019:
Digital transformation will impact every organisation in every industry.
Cloud, mobile and data-driven technologies will transform existing processes, enable entirely new ways of working
and open new revenue streams.
The findings of the 2019 Insight Intelligent Technology™ Index (ITI) - a comprehensive survey of IT Decision Makers (ITDMs) across Europe has identified four paradigms of digital transformation.
The Four Paradigms of Digital Transformation.
Power of the Modern
IT Supply Chain
Organisations realise they need to innovate to survive in the digital era.
The average increase in digital transformation investments
planned over the next 2 years.
of ITDMs say digital
have been successful.
The average amount spent
on digital transformation over
the past 24 months.
of organisations are struggling
with dual roles of maintenance and innovation.
of IT departments have
insufficient funds to achieve
of organisations struggle to
realise ROI or develop a successful business case for digital transformation investments.
Organisations are struggling to implement the technologies that facilitate change despite increased awareness of digital transformation.
Organisations are now required to become data experts with greater collection and analysis of information essential for digital transformation technologies.
With the exponential growth of data,
is a hybrid data environment the solution? Should data be stored and processed on-premise, in the cloud or at the edge?
of ITDMs state advanced
analytics have been critical to digital transformation efforts.
of ITDMs believe AI and machine learning will have the most
significant impact on future IT.
say cloud is one of the most
critical technologies for digital transformation.
say data management and
governance is a top challenge.
The average amount spent on
cloud in the past two years.
A more optimised supply chain can maximise transformation investments, allowing IT to focus on driving business innovation.
Meeting employee expectations is critical; organisations must prioritise meeting the demands of employees before their customers.
*Surveyed 1000 IT Decision Makers at organisations with more than 500 employees and sales
of more than $50m across Europe between 20th May 2019 and 19th June 2019.
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of IT professionals believe supply chain optimisation would allow for more time on innovation projects.
believe their organisations could improve their e-procurement systems.
respondents say their organisation is overprovisioning cloud services or software licences.
ITDMs believe it's important for
IT to replicate consumer-like experiences.
say modern technology is important to attracting and retaining employees.
of organisations allow employees to choose their devices.
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The average amount wasted on cloud under-utilisation over the past 12 months.