We can help you develop new market-oriented growth strategies to make the most of new and existing product, service and process innovations.
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From building Innovation Incubators to global R&D centres to product lifecycle management systems, we can help you develop new innovative businesses, products and services that enable sustained, consistent results.
We can help you manage the innovation process and embed behaviour that supports innovation in your organisational culture.
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Explore the best practices of Top Performers in our Digital IQ Survey report
Mar 27, 2014
Customer migrations are a fact of life in this industry. The evolving landscape of connected devices in our lives coupled with competition, regulation, and evolution of technology and standards virtually guarantees customer migrations will occur periodically. Well executed transitions will be seen as non-events. However, poorly-executed transitions can trigger legal action from customers, become a PR nightmare, erode business value or cause a mass customer exodus from a service provider.
Mar 26, 2014
This second article in Phase II focuses on the physical context information harvested and packaged by accelerometers, gyroscopes and other mobile device sensors that create a picture of the state of the device.
Mar 25, 2014
This third article in Phase II focuses on the information exchange between the digital and physical worlds that creates the virtual context of the end users. It is concerned with how the networking requirements of contextually aware and intelligent services will enable a dynamic environment.
Mar 25, 2014
There’s a lot of information out there on how to make your business cyber-secure. But what are the most important to-dos? World Watch rounds them up
Mar 20, 2014
This report contains a list of the top 100 software companies in the world and explores the shifting demographic as software becomes central to the products and services of both hardware and non-technology companies.
Mar 18, 2014
Global Technology Scorecard is a PwC analysis and benchmark of top technology companies. The Scorecard cross-compares company quarterly and annual performance and revenues. We also offer a deeper dive into data through our online charting tool allowing you to get up close to raw statistics and manipulate which companies you'd like to compare and benchmark against.
Mar 11, 2014
The Metals cut of PwC’s Global Innovation Survey shows that it’s easy to fall into the trap of associating innovation with only young or fast-moving sectors. But it’s also key to competitive advantage in more mature, commodity-based industries like metals.
Mar 11, 2014
The evolving frontier of mobile advertising requires advertisers and marketers to quickly learn how to leverage the medium within the boundaries of consumers’ willingness and attitudes towards receiving mobile ads. Our Consumer Intelligence research reveals that consumer preferences related to mobile advertising are different than other media, and advertisers and marketers would be well served by developing a “mobile first” strategy.
Feb 24, 2014
This report is a companion paper to PwC’s thorough survey report on innovation, Breakthrough innovation and growth. It explores the impact that innovation has on growth and examines how leading companies are making innovation work for their organisations.
Feb 19, 2014