Digital, technology and analytics
The EY 7 Drivers of Growth
For business leaders, information is power. It can help them make better, quicker and smarter decisions that improve business performance and manage risk.
Digital technologies – including social media, the cloud, data analytics and mobile – are having a profound impact on businesses across all industries, from retailers and banks through to carmakers and energy companies.
They are fundamentally changing the ways consumers interact with these companies, while also opening up new business models. The digital enterprise presents the opportunity for CIOs to have a bigger and more influential role in the business.
If organizations harness the power of information technology, they can create a strategic and competitive advantage. Yet, while many C-suite executives and IT leaders recognize this potential value, many still find it hard to successfully leverage information technology to deliver business change.
Digital access to customers and its challenges
Benny Landa, CEO of Landa Group, explains how the biggest challenge in technology is being first to market.
Understanding advancing technologies is not enough
Balázs Vinnai, CEO and Founder of IND Group, discusses how the pace of innovation is changing the world and how the banking industry must respond.
How can analytics help accelerate growth in the middle market?
In conditions of rapid change and disruption, analytics can provide guidance for middle market firms to identify their strengths and optimize for growth.
Big risks, big data and big decisions for the board
Organizations should always be on the lookout for more rigourous and effective methods to mitigate risk, and boards play an important oversight role.
Global Forensic Data Analytics Survey 2016
Significant increase in risk from cyber breaches and insider threats among top drivers of investment in forensic data analytics.
Digital taxation developments review
This second edition of EY’s Digital Taxation Developments Review discusses the role of the tax director in helping the enterprise adapt to the new digital reality, led by an insightful interview with Paul Morton, Head of Group Tax at RELX (formerly Reed Elsevier).
Are you managing digital disruption? Or is it managing you?
For CFOs, digital is disrupting financial models, operations and valuations, and the overall capital agenda. However, according to our study, only 50% of CFOs consider the shift to digital a priority.