How to Build a Data-Driven Business Strategy
$9.5 trillion. That’s the lowest annual business value McKinsey Global Institute estimates A.I. could generate. On the high end of the scale, they estimate it could reach whopping $15.4 trillion.
There is debate raging about the impact of A.I. on the economy. Some experts believe it will result in job losses, while others believe it will create even more jobs. But one thing is certain: businesses will reap major benefits from the increased productivity A.I. generates.
Building a data-driven business strategy is now more vital than ever. According to the International Data Corporation, businesses will spend $52bn on A.I. within the next 3 years. Those who adopt early will reap the greatest advantages.
“Late adopters might find it difficult to generate impact from AI, because front-runners have already captured AI opportunities and late adopters lag in developing capabilities and attracting talent.” – MGI
Artificial Intelligence is no longer an issue of the future. It is impacting today’s economy in ways we have yet to even measure. This ranges from sales recommendations to the automation of unskilled work.
For any A.I. process that’s being implemented into a business, there is a lot to learn before creating a data-driven strategy. Technologies such as Intelligent Process Automation are transforming capabilities and driving enormous cost savings for businesses around the world.
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