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11/19/2013
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2014 Digital Business Survey

When it comes to digital strategy, size matters. We broke 510 respondents down by employee count: 326 hail from orgs with fewer than 1,000 employees, while 184 have more than 1,000. We found that 62% of smaller shops have digital strategies vs. 73% of large companies. And that's just the start of the disparities.

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xenjoe
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12/18/2013 | 3:32:33 PM
Re: Thank you!
A couple of telling answers are: No money and No time to develop a digital strategy.

That hints that suppliers can ease their entry by shooting for a turnkey system as often as possible.

A no brainer, of course, but it remains a serious goal.
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11/19/2013 | 8:31:49 AM
Thank you!
There are some interesting data points here!  Cross Channel customer activity analytical ability is dramatically better for smaller companies than large ones.  Is small = agile?
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