Small and medium-sized companies worldwide are doing a digital revolution. It is accelerating at an unprecedented pace as business owners invest in data analytics and automation to survive and thrive in the fiercely challenging environment that we are currently living.
Hard-pressed SMEs are adopting digital tools faster as they want to cut costs and eradicate inefficiencies to remain viable on the market. However, financial hardship is not the only obstacle to digital change.
On the other hand of this financial spectrum, we have well-capitalized companies and deal-hungry private investors who are using analytics, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence to appraise and identify potential acquisition and investment targets.
In Europe, automation helps enterprises improve efficiency to make their financial resources go further during this time. In Asia-Pacific as another example, sophisticated data analytics have created new global consolidation opportunities in many sectors.