Digitisation is transforming the DNA of industrial manufacturing and a new report by PwC, Defining the new DNA of industrial organisations: the CEO’s agenda, identifies four significant changes CEOs must implement if they are to maximise the benefits of digitisation and retain and grow market share.
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IT is now critical to law firms with almost 60% of the Top-100 focused on implementing key ‘foundation’ technologies according to new PwC research, which also warns of the dangers lurking if firms fail to match this investment by implementing digital upskilling for employees.3 min Read
VR and AR are forecast to add £62.5 billion to the UK economy, a 2.4% boost to GDP, by 2030 according to a new report launched today by PwC. The majority of the contribution to the UK economy will come from AR (£44.4 billion) with VR providing £18.1 billion. VR and AR will also have a significant impact on the UK workplace with 1.19% of jobs (400,663 people) utilising the technologies by 2030.4 min Read
Despite a raft of challenges from Brexit to global economic pressures, the number of UK law firms achieving UK fee income growth is at its highest since 2011: 89% of Top 100 firms saw growth compared to 84% last year with only a third reporting growth in 2011, according to PwC’s latest Law Firms’ Survey.4 min Read
PwC Cambridge has admitted a new partner, Linda Kempenaar, who will be focussing on supporting local technology hubs.added by Gareth Willmer 1 min Read