According to a study from PWC, 72 per cent of companies expect to achieve advanced levels of digitalisation by 2020 while investments (in digitalisation) are expected to total $907bn per year by 2020. The fact is that today, businesses must adopt technology to remain competitive but big industrial organisations are hardly renowned for speed and innovation when it comes to adoption of change.

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