TECHNOLOGY FOR PEOPLE
“The pace of technological change is dramatic, creating new opportunities that challenge our imagination and allow us to invent the future. However, purely technological issues are the easiest to solve.
In this new era, executives will differentiate themselves by offering a technology designed for man, combining his technical skills and personal experience to enable all customers.
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (IA) WILL BE SOON THE DIGITAL SPOKESMAN OF YOUR COMPANY
Much more than a simple business tool, AI takes on increasingly sophisticated roles within technology interfaces. From the autonomous operation of computer vision-based vehicles to the simultaneous translations made possible by automatic learning, the AI allows each interface to be both simple and intelligent, while at the same time generating high expectations of future interactive systems.
It will be the new face of your brand and will become an essential differentiating factor as well as a crucial skill for investment and strategy at the senior management level.
MAKING NATURAL INTEGRATION
ENTERING THE ERA OF INVISIBLE TECHNOLOGY
Deploy artificial intelligence in your interfaces and your end users will no longer need to understand this complex technology to use it: they can simply talk to it, make gestures or touch the AI that controls it.
By deploying contextual intelligence on an interface to make it truly intuitive, companies will have to anticipate the user experience and aim to remove IT support. This paves the way for better adoption of complicated tools, only by providing access through a simplified AI experience. Clearly, an invisible technology is used more.
YOUR KEY FUNCTIONS, ALSO EXIST OUTSIDE YOUR PREMISES
Companies increasingly integrate their business functions into the services and platforms of their service providers. But rather than seeing them as fixed partnerships, the most innovative leaders rely on these relationships to strengthen their position in the new digital ecosystems.
Thus, they develop new value chains that can transform their businesses, their products, and the market itself. These decisions continue to redefine business models in transforming industries. What will your company look like in 10 years? The answer depends on the choices you make right now.
THE CENTRAL POINT OF ACCESS TO RICH AND COMPLEX DIGITAL ECOSYSTEMS
As companies tend to integrate the new generation of digital ecosystems, some are themselves designing platforms, creating their own ecosystems that allow them to position themselves at the center. But not all companies need to become platform providers.
Many companies will use existing platforms as a means of entering new ecosystems. Nevertheless, whatever choice is made: providing platforms or participating in existing offerings, all companies will have to excel in leveraging the strengths of the platforms to maximize their success in the digital economy.
AN EXPLOSION OF COLLABORATION ON THE HORIZON
Every business needs an ecosystem strategy to move forward. A strategy that prepares it for a future where it does not evolve in one, but in a multitude of ecosystems.
The way a company chooses and promotes the right ecosystem to achieve its objectives defines its future prospects. The strength of the partners and the selected ecosystems, and plans to help them grow, depends on the competitive advantage.
REDEFINING YOUR WORK PATTERNS
Accenture notes, following the testimony of more than 5,400 companies that the work of the future is already there. Supported by the emergence of many on-demand work platforms and online work management solutions, traditional organizations and models are transforming into “talent markets”.
The resulting on-demand business will therefore be the cornerstone of rapid innovation and organizational adaptations that businesses will need to become truly digital enterprises, generating the greatest economic change since the Industrial Revolution.
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF LABOR ON THE ROAD TO THE DIGITAL ERA
Companies that develop by innovating not only their products and services but also their HR approach,
“Open” the way to the “Human First” economy. Working with an institutional market model, where companies are designed for men, can lead to rapid growth and unprecedented agility.
By investing in a more human innovation right now, you are releasing human potential and creativity.
WHEN TECHNOLOGY ADAPTS TO US
What if technology was right for you? The new horizon in digital experience is a technology specially designed to adapt to individual behaviors.
Digital leaders have realized that with technology that works towards effective human-machine cooperation, taking into account individual human behavior optimizes not only the quality of the experience but also the effectiveness of technological solutions. This change transforms traditional “personalized relationships” into something much more valuable: partnerships.
ENHANCE CUSTOMIZATION SETTINGS
A REVOLUTION IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMANS AND TECHNOLOGY
The growing expectations of customers have prompted companies to offer “living services”, inspired by digital products and further customization. But companies also use their knowledge in terms of behavior to design technologies that adapt and align with the objectives and actions of a client or collaborator.
With more data on human interactions with technology, and computing power that can handle them massively, companies are redesigning everything from user interfaces to the wide range of experiences available to them.
CRITICAL PARTNERSHIP RELATIONSHIPS
By considering and responding to human behavior, companies create their own opportunities to transform their relationships with others.
With the power of partnerships, companies will find new opportunities to innovate and new paths to digital sectors and markets. It is this same approach that will offer them a lasting value in the digital economy: a technology that is designed to adapt to man and treat his goals as a priority.
REDEFINING DIGITAL RULES
Today’s companies are not only creating new products and services; they are developing new digital markets. From technological standards to ethical issues to government mandates, in a digital economy based on ecosystems, the observation is clear: there are still a large number of rules to be established.
To live up to their digital ambitions, companies must assume their leadership role in order to help set up the new digital rules. Those who will advance ahead at this time will be able to position themselves at the heart of their new ecosystem, while others may be lagging behind.
DEFINING NEW STANDARDS
BEING A GREAT LEADER HAS LARGE RESPONSIBILITIES
In order to flourish, companies must move from being market players to market makers: not only will prosperous organizations open new avenues with their products and services, but they will also define their functioning.
The winners in the digital economy will have to take on new responsibilities to shape the emerging digital sectors. To succeed, companies will have to work with legal and normative bodies and other stakeholders to evangelize, collaborate and define the rules of a new digital sector.
LEADING TO ALL FRONTS
REDEFINING RULES OF ENGAGEMENT AND ENCOURAGING INNOVATION
Defining the rules for new digital sectors is a new responsibility. With this great responsibility, come great opportunities.
Companies that take this initiative can set the rules for any new entrants into emerging sectors and ecosystems. By demonstrating their leadership to their clients, partners and external agencies, companies will benefit from unconventional independence and major opportunities to innovate.