IDC Launches Future of Intelligence Framework

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A new press release reports, “Over the past five years, International Data Corporation (IDC) has been documenting the rise of the digital economy and the digital transformation that enterprises must undergo to compete and succeed. Greater enterprise intelligence has become a top priority for business leaders on this transformation journey. By working with and observing such enterprises, IDC has developed a new Future of Intelligence framework, which provides insight and understanding for business leaders and technology suppliers. IDC defines the future of intelligence as an organization’s capacity to learn, combined with its ability to synthesize the information it needs in order to learn and to apply the resulting insights at scale. The ability to continuously learn at scale – and apply that learning across the entire organization instead of in silos at a faster rate than the competition – is the crucial differentiator that will separate those with greater enterprise intelligence enterprises from their peers.”

The release continues, “The capabilities needed in the drive towards the future of intelligence will depend on a platform that enables ongoing explanation, monitoring, learning, and adaptation that will drive economies of intelligence. IDC predicts that over the next four to five years, enterprises that invest in future of intelligence capabilities effectively will experience a 100% increase in knowledge worker productivity, resulting in shorter reaction times, increased product innovation, and improved customer satisfaction, in turn leading to sustainable market share leadership (or achievement of their mission) in their industry.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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