The world's emerging economies are narrowing the technology deployment gap with the U.S. and other developed countries, says a new global study conducted by Info-Tech Research Group and KnowledgeStorm. While the U.S. is still the global leader in the implementation of technology-enabled business solutions, adoption of these systems by enterprises within regions such as India, Africa, Asia andLatin America is growing due to confidence in the ability of technology to transform business.
"Our research shows that companies in emerging economies that adopt automation are quickly reaching the sophistication levels that took years to attain in established economic regions," said Michael O'Neil, Research Fellow, Info-Tech Research Group. "Established countries lead in terms of the breadth and scope of technology that's already adopted and implemented, but emerging economies are definitely nipping at their heels."
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