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Tech spends in 2019 to be fourth of ’18: Study

Chennai: Even as information technology (IT) players count on robust deal flows from digitisation to improve margins, the growth rate in tech spending for 2019 will shrink drastically from what was seen in 2018 due to weakening global economies and currency volatilities. Worse still, growth of IT services — a revenue stream key to Indian tech companies — will be ...

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Asians more keen for new tech adoption: study

The study, the first of its kind, entitled “New Tech Adoption Index” (NTAI), highlights Asia’s prominence in driving global new technology advancement, with the region’s high demand fuelling growth of overall product category in a majority of the region’s market by at least 35 per cent in both volume and value terms in the past year. The NTAI leverages GfK’s ...

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Most Influential Women Lawyers: Business Development Study Reveals Gender Divide

Are there trending differences between women and men equity partners when it comes to trends in business development? A white paper written by Carol Frohlinger, J.D., and posted to Thompson Reuters’ Legal Executive Institute’s website, provides statistical evidence that while male equity partners’ business development success is tied strongly to their associations with their law firms, women equity partners must ...

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Business units now control, drive Aussie ICT spending decision-making: study

Business units are now the major drivers behind technology spend in Australia and New Zealand, causing business-wide integration challenges at unprecedented levels, according to a newly released study. According to the 2019 State of Enterprise Software study undertaken by analyst firm IBRS and commissioned by Australian-listed ICT services company TechnologyOne, the IT team/function now sits behind finance, human resources, customer ...

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Most Influential Women Lawyers: Business Development Study Reveals Gender Divide

Are there trending differences between women and men equity partners when it comes to trends in business development? A white paper written by Carol Frohlinger, J.D., and posted to Thompson Reuters’ Legal Executive Institute’s website, provides statistical evidence that while male equity partners’ business development success is tied strongly to their associations with their law firms, women equity partners must ...

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Most Influential Women Lawyers: Business Development Study Reveals Gender Divide

Are there trending differences between women and men equity partners when it comes to trends in business development? A white paper written by Carol Frohlinger, J.D., and posted to Thompson Reuters’ Legal Executive Institute’s website, provides statistical evidence that while male equity partners’ business development success is tied strongly to their associations with their law firms, women equity partners must ...

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Clarabridge Study Reveals Shifting Consumer Attitudes to Banking

#contactcenterworld, @clarabridge The results of an extensive study into customer interactions with banks have just been revealed by Clarabridge, Inc., a provider of Customer Experience Management (CEM) solutions. Amongst the main findings: More than half (58.3%) of customers said that they are comfortable carrying out their transactions without speaking to a human being at all, unle… Banking Industry News

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