The good, the bad and the ugly - digital transformation and legacy IT

How unified visibility overcomes legacy and digital transformation issues
May 28, 2019

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IT is a rapidly evolving industry and, as such, it is extremely difficult for businesses to keep up and continue to implement new technology as it is delivered to market. However, customer expectations and demands are arguably evolving at a faster pace than technology and, in order to remain competitive and avoid losing market share to digitally innovative competitors, organisations are under pressure to implement the latest tech and place digital at the heart of their operations. 

This is demonstrated in market growth. The global digital transformation market is growing at a CAGR of over 18% and according to IDC, global spending on digital experiences (DX) will reach a staggering $1.7 trillion globally by the end of 2019, highlighting the demand for digital infrastructures which increase business efficiency and help to deliver excellent customer service.

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