The contract manufacturing marketplace is undergoing a major shift. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are experiencing new strategic outsourcing options and electronic manufacturing services (EMS) are expanding into new services.
Service providers struggle to balance the opportunities for global expansion with demands for regulation and privacy.
Our biannual report on new accounting and reporting trends focuses on analysis of the new trends affecting this dynamic and competitive segment of the economy.
Thanks to software, we are not only living in a time of unprecedented innovation, but also one of unprecedented opportunity and uncertainty. This series of articles identifies today's leading software companies and goes on to explore the trends, challenges and opportunities impacting them.
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.
In this recorded webcast, PwC subject matter specialists discuss how companies can bridge the gap between their current capabilities and a technology-fueled future.
This webcast examines ways teams can optimize IT spend to deliver services without impacting quality, enable efficiencies in other business functions, and make smart investment decisions which help build essential capabilities for long term growth.
Two-thirds of private companies either have no IT strategy or one that cannot sustainably support their business strategy. Is your company among them?
During this recorded webcast we share updates on key industry issues, including a discussion on disclosure and transition methods, the latest from the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), EEI and AGA working groups, and more.
The impact of Robotic Process Automation on a company’s operations and competitive positioning is significant on a number of fronts: economic value, workforce advantages, quality and control improvements, and flexible execution.