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Humans & Machines
Economist Intelligence Unit. Humans and machines: The role of people in technology-driven organisations.
The way we work has been shaped throughout history by a number of factors, such as technology, economics, politics, and the environment. Organisations that stand the test of time are those that have successfully adapted to the ever changing nature of work. In an innovative new research programme sponsored by Ricoh Europe, the Economist Intelligence Unit sets out to identify the key trends that will shape the world of work in the next 10 to 15 years.
Financial services businesses of all sizes are the most likely across sectors to recognise the importance of achieving digital maturity in relation to the financial success of their company. The insight comes from the latest research of Coleman Parkes, commissioned by Ricoh Europe.
The need to reach digital maturity has never been greater. However, for small and large businesses alike the journey to the pinnacle of digital working may not be as straightforward as they think. New Ricoh-sponsored research reveals that the majority of small business leaders (64 per cent) believe they are able to understand, deploy and benefit from new technology in a timelier manner. Yet small businesses appear less aware than their larger counterparts of the financial benefits on offer.