From the results of Part 1 of our Digital Benchmarking Survey, Nimbus Ninety has just released our latest Digital Trends Report for May 2015.
As a part of Nimbus Ninety’s recently launched Benchmarking Practice, the report analyses data on digital development from C-level executives at the UK’s top companies.
Nimbus Ninety founder and managing director Emma Taylor said:
"We are at the point where organisations must choose to take the path to fully being digital in order to ensure survival and prosperity. Neither the public nor the private sector can allow themselves to wait in implementing digital into the lifeblood of their organisation.
The data from our survey reveals that the biggest issue in digital development in organisations across the UK is overcoming the hurdle of the out-dated: skill-sets, modes of thinking, and legacy systems. It is through our programme of events and reports that we aim to help our community on the road to identifying these hindrances, and towards their ideal digital transformation."
This Digital Trends Report is being released to complement our fourth IGNITE summit - which acted as a platform for collaboration on emerging as not only an organisation that simply does digital, but one that is digital.
The two day forum, held at etc. Venues St. Paul’s, London, featured a wealth of inspirational thought leadership and case study presentations from market leading companies, innovators and technology providers. Speakers included BBC worldwide, Travelex, Barclays Bank, Paddy Power, giffgaff, lasminute.com. Direct Line Group, 2015 England Rugby World Cup, Atom Bank, and BioBeats. A link to the highlights of all sessions can be found here.