U.S. Technology Industry Outlook

U.S. Technology Industry Outlook

Read the latest KPMG survey of 138 U.S. tech industry CEOs

Read the latest KPMG survey of 138 U.S. tech industry CEOs

According to a KPMG survey of 138 U.S. tech industry CEOs, most companies plan to ramp up deployment of automation and machine learning across several functions, and to increase their human workforce at least 6 percent over the next 3 years. Get the publication here.

The convergence of robotic process automation (RPA), machine learning, cognitive computing, artificial intelligence, and advanced analytics are driving unparalleled business model transformation. In this uncharted territory, enterprises will need to seamlessly integrate people and machines, while simultaneously harnessing technological disruption into a competitive advantage.  Contact us to find out more.

KPMG also surveyed 400 U.S. CEOs from 11 key industries. CEOs say that rapidly evolving technology, and the speed of transformation it unleashes, are making the next three years more critical for their industry than the previous 50. 

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