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DXC Technology Unveils 2018 IT Trends That Will Shape Digital Transformation


TYSONS, Va., December 12, 2017 โ€“ DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), the world's leading independent, end-to-end IT services company, today unveiled key trends that will shape enterprise technology in 2018. The six technology trends will be critical guideposts to drive enterprise disruption, agility and productivity. "For global enterprises to lead in the new digital world, 2018 is decision time for transformation planning, preparedness and execution," said Dan Hushon, senior vice president and chief technology officer, DXC Technology. "It's a transition year for most companies as they commit to their digital strategy and begin to execute more broadly. The technology and platforms are much more robust, and DXC brings its global capabilities and experience with scale to help enterprises accelerate their digital transformation journeys."

5 trends that will impact AI, analytics and data governance in 2020


Artificial intelligence at the enterprise level has truly reached critical mass. It's no longer an "if" question, but more of an inquiry into "how" and "when" AI will be a major component of every strategic initiative. So what started out as a way to perform simple tasks and data mining has become a crucial part of many organizations' strategic planning and competitive decision-making. Heading into 2020, many enterprises are entering a new phase, moving from experimentation and pilots to implementation across the organization, and looking at how AI and data analytics can drive the digital transformation journey. In particular, there are five trends that will be key to enterprises' competitive abilities.

Digital transformation reality check: 10 trends


Looking back at the last decade of digital transformation โ€“ the use of technology to radically improve performance or change the enterprise โ€“ the one constant has been an ongoing shift in focus and priorities. Looking forward to 2019, a number of trends are emerging that IT leaders will want to consider as they make their plans for the new year. Are you on the same page as your peers? This year, many digital projects suddenly matured from experimentation to enterprise implementation. In the year ahead, business leaders are likely to scrutinize their digital investments more closely.

Nine Business & Technology Trends impacting 2018 and beyond.


He is recognized as a Visionary and Thought Leader in guiding organizations in their digital journey by assisting them in setting transformation roadmaps to ensure competitive advantage and differentiation. He is very well versed in adopting technologies like Social, Mobile, Big Data, Analytics, Cloud and IoT into business solutions to accelerate Superior Customer Experiences or bring in new Revenue Generation opportunities to companies. He has built leading digital practices in multinational organizations Cognizant and Atos. Dileep along with his partners runs an Advisory company Powerfluence which helps organization to rapidly scale for success in their Digital journeys. He advises SME companies in meeting their transformation goals and positions them for success.

Walgreens Boots Alliance Advances Transformation of Its Global Information Technology


Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. and Tata Consultancy Services, a leading global information technology (IT) services, consulting and business solutions organization, announced that the companies have expanded their strategic partnership to advance WBA's transformation of its global IT function by launching a new operating model for IT Run and Operational services, enabling WBA to accelerate its digitalization program to advance innovation for customers, drive organizational efficiencies across the company and further reduce its cost base. "WBA is building a scalable, sustainable and globally unified IT operating model that is focused on digital transformation, automation of service delivery and innovation" The expansion of the WBA and TCS strategic partnership is based on WBA's review of its IT operating model and vendor landscape. As a result, the WBA global IT team will focus on leading and supporting strategic technology projects that create customer value through the development of new digital products and services on its business platforms. Following a period of transition, TCS will provide Run and Operational managed services, including application maintenance and support, infrastructure and security operations. The TCS approach will blend artificial intelligence, machine learning and advanced software engineering to enhance operational resilience and boost productivity.