Thanks to digitization, companies across industries are racing to migrate "analog" approaches to customers, products, services, and operating models to an always-on, real-time, and information rich marketplace. Some leaders are redesigning their capabilities and operating models to take full advantage of digital technologies to keep step with the "connected" consumer and attract talent. Others are creating qualitatively new business models—and tremendous value—around disruptive digital opportunities. In doing so, these companies secure not only continued relevance, but also superior returns.


The Digitization Megatrend
By the year 2020, an entire generation will have grown up in a primarily digital world. Their familiarity with technology, reliance on mobile communications, and desire to remain in contact with large networks of contacts will transform how we work and how we consume.read more >
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Digital Strategy & Capabilities to Win in a Digitized World
Every company in every industry will be dramatically affected by the digitization megatrend, and it will be the responsibility of the top teams to lead the charge by developing the right strategy and building the right capabilities for their companies to win in the digitized environment.read more >
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The Suppliers of Digitization
The impact of digitization also affects the supply side—the collection of industries and companies, including the traditional IT service providers, the telecom companies, and the hardware, software, and Internet players that are creating the technologies for this brave new world.read more >
Sector, Functional, and Regional Perspectives
Read more thought leadership from Booz & Company on the impact of digitization in a broad range of sectors, functions, and regions.read more >


What's Hot: Our Latest Publications on Digitization
Global Wealth Management Outlook 2014-15
Our most recent wealth insight looks at the prospects for the global wealth management industry in 2014/15. While prospects for wealth management have improved significantly over the last twelve months, wealth managers must learn new rules quickly and adapt their playbook accordingly. read more >
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Putting Big Data to Work for Airports
The airport industry has its priorities. Managing operating costs, avoiding potential disruptions and improving passenger experiences all land at the top of the list. But it may be missing a critical player in its operations. How can the airport industry take advantage of its big data opportunities? read more >
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The Power of Desktop-as-a-Service
Desktop virtualization allows companies to operate their IT function with greater flexibility and at lower cost than with traditional desktop computers. More important, the right solution also helps employees become more productive, by giving them remote access to all applications, work in progress, and corporate data and systems.read more >
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To Compete with E-Commerce, Retailers Need to Leverage Mobile
More and more shoppers are finding that online shopping offers greater convenience, lower prices, more information, and a more personalized user experience. And mobile shopping represents a rapidly growing share of e-commerce.read more >
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The 2013 Value Shift Index
This year’s Value Shift Index has found that revenue growth in every segment of the technology, media, and telecommunications sector slowed considerably in 2013. However, although growth in developed markets was close to zero, revenue growth in emerging markets remained healthy.read more >
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