Over the next several years, digital transformation is expected to reach a “macroeconomic scale,” affecting the local economy and transforming the way businesses function in Australia. As a consequence, as local companies and IT partners prepare to face a future dominated by the “digital transformation economy,” IDC has released its top ten technology forecasts for the local market.
10. The development of the 4th Platform According to IDC, one-third of healthcare, life sciences, and consumer-goods firms will begin creating the first wave of 3rd Platform-based products and services by 2020. IDC predicts that augmented humanity solutions will be commonplace by the mid-2020s.
9. Digital transformation standards according to IDC, all businesses’ performance will be judged by a new set of digital transformation-driven criteria by 2020, requiring 40%–60% greater company performance.
8. Channel partners or brokers in the digital transformation IDC expects that by 2020, channel partners or brokers will account for approximately 60% of cloud service providers’ incomes.
7. Developers of digital transformations according to IDC, by the end of 2018, over half of the top 500 Australian organizations will have dedicated teams for digital improvement and innovation.
6. Industry collaboration platforms According to IDC, the number of industry collaborating clouds will reach more than 50 by 2018. Via industry collaborative clouds, IDC predicts that more than 60% of the top 500 Australian enterprises would be digital service providers by 2020. (ICCs).
5. Immersive interfaces so according to IDC, augmented reality and virtual reality will be used by 60% of Australia’s top 500 consumer-facing companies as part of their marketing efforts in 2017.
4. AI everywhere According to IDC, cognitive and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities will underpin 40% of all digital transformation activities and 100% of all effective Internet of Things efforts by 2020.
3. Cloud 2.0 According to IDC, by 2020, the cloud will be dispersed, trustworthy, intelligent, industry-focused, and communication, with cloud-based products accounting for 67% of all business IT infrastructure and software investment.
2. By default, 3rd Platform technology and services will drive over 70% of IT investment by 2019, according to IDC, and will expand at double the pace of the market.
1 – The digital transformation economy according to IDC, half of Australia’s top 500 enterprises will be part of the digital transformation economy by 2020, as their capacity to produce digitally improved products, services, and experiences is critical to their success.
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