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Top 3 Cybersecurity Trends in Australia and New Zealand

Has your organization’s cybersecurity posture changed one year into the pandemic? How does it compare to the regional trends, and how can you better secure the future?

After a year of working from home, organizations are familiar with the challenges of securing a remote workforce. Organizations are facing expanded network perimeters, complex network environments, and challenges in securing cloud environments. Over 90% of organizations in Australia are investing in cybersecurity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Australian organizations must be aware of three key trends affecting APAC: zero-trust network access, security from the cloud, and security for the cloud.

Join Georgia Edell, Consulting Analyst, Frost & Sullivan, on August 3 for the webinar, Top 3 Cybersecurity Trends in Australia and New Zealand.

Attend this webinar to:
• Gain insight into new trends in cybersecurity and how Australian organizations are adapting to a changing environment.
• Identify growth opportunities to help secure and protect your organization in a changing cyber landscape.
• Discover how organizations in Australia are contributing to cybersecurity in APAC.
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  • Opportunities and Challenges for Industrial Cybersecurity in a Connected World Nov 16 2021 3:00 am UTC 75 mins
    Meng Yang Ng, Senior Consultant, Industrial Practice; Amy Lin 林玟婷, Industry Analyst ,Cyber Security, ICT Practice
    With the emergence of IoT, increased connectivity within and across cyber and physical systems has enabled smart cities, smart manufacturing, and Industry 4.0. Conversely, this led to growing and escalating cybersecurity risks for industrial companies due to a lack of prioritization and insufficient investments into the necessary ICT infrastructure and cybersecurity protection.

    Globally, government and industry regulators mandate organizations to strengthen their cybersecurity measures. The U.S. Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) now considers cyber vulnerabilities an existential business risk and requires companies to disclose the potential cybersecurity issues under the company’s risk factors or otherwise risk fines. At the same time, critical infrastructure and manufacturing sites are becoming increasingly attractive targets to hackers due to lackluster security protocols, as evident by the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack.

    Although experts in IT and OT fields often hold different opinions and perspectives, organizations and senior management in industrial companies will need to rethink and realign their cybersecurity strategy to survive and thrive in a digitally connected world.

    Join this webinar to learn:

    • Key cybersecurity Mega Trends impacting industrial automation and manufacturing organizations around the world.
    • Why is OT security important? Looking at cases across the markets, what are key imperatives for your organization today?
    • Organizational challenges in adopting cybersecurity under industrial environments.
    • How to protect your organization’s data privacy and security while leveraging the benefits of IoT and Industry 4.0.
  • Global Cross-border Payments and Remittance Services Growth Opportunities Recorded: Sep 23 2021 17 mins
    Dewi Rengganis, ICT Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan
    Frost & Sullivan's recent analysis covers key market drivers and restraints, region analysis, channel segmentation analysis, transaction value forecast by region and channel segmentation, and market growth opportunities. The study also includes analyses of the top banks, financial institutes (FIs), and money transfer operators (MTOs) that contribute to the industry ecosystem.

    Africa and the Middle East are expected to record the highest overall CAGR of 5.6% from 2020 to 2026, with countries such as the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Kenya becoming attractive FinTech hubs and luring investors from European nations (e.g., Switzerland, the UK) to expand their market reach. Europe will experience a 3.7% CAGR during the forecast period due to a high share of international migrants; top destinations are Germany, the UK, and France. Meanwhile, Asia-Pacific will grow at a 3.6% CAGR in the same period due to the expansion of the cross-border eCommerce industry, which is fueling the growth of cross-border payments.

    In developing markets, it’s important to provide financial services to the unbanked. In this webinar with Dewi Rengganis, ICT Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan, you will learn the latest payment services market trends and prospects.

    In this briefing:
    • Gain an overview of the cross-border payment transactions among global migrant workers in developing countries.
    • Understand how blockchain-based solutions enable the originating institution and the beneficiary institution to instantly exchange currencies with the aid of cryptocurrencies.
    • Learn about the increasing availability of a wide array of money transfer services, including remittance for P2P transfers and bulk payments for business accounts that handle complex environments and technology requirements.
    • Hear key industry drivers and restraints.
    • Recognize implications of digitalization on the payment industry and the growing use of next-gen technology that enables payment service customization.
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    新原 徹也, Associate Director & ニコラス・ウォン, Consulting Analyst - ICT Practice
    世界中のあらゆる業界の組織がサイバー攻撃のリスクに曝されています。この状況は主に、クラウドコンピューティング、モバイルネットワーク、ビッグデータ解析、低価格のセンサーやアクチュエーターなどが同時に進化してきたためにもたらされました。このような環境において、 貴社のサイバーセキュリティ体制はパンデミック下に変化しましたか。貴社のセキュリティ体制は国のセキュリティ動向に適したものでしょうか。将来さらに安全なセキュリティ体制をどのように確保すべきでしょうか。 フロスト&サリバンが、ポストコロナの新たな動向に関する洞察を提供します。

    IoT の台頭もまた、セキュリティに対する重要な課題です。情報技術および運用技術(IT-OT)のセキュリティを融合させる重要性に関するフロスト&サリバンの視点を、ウェビナーでご紹介します。ウェビナーでは、 OT分野におけるセキュリティ保護をどのように確保するのか、組織におけるIT-OTの融合の進捗状況、などのトピックを取り上げます。ぜひご参加ください。

    このプレゼンテーションから得られるもの:
    • サイバーセキュリティの動向を把握できる。
    • サイバーセキュリティにおける組織の課題が分かる。
    • IT環境におけるサイバーセキュリティの重要性が理解できる。

    このブリーフィングは以下の2つのセッションで構成されます:

    (Session 1) 経営上の課題を克服し、安全なワークプレイスを実現
    (Session 2) IT-OTの融合におけるサイバーセキュリティの構築
  • Overcoming the Top 3 Cybersecurity Challenges Faced by Asia-Pacific Enterprises Recorded: Aug 5 2021 61 mins
    Frost & Sullivan and Josef Figueroa, Vice President, Inspira Enterprise
    As all of us emerge from the pandemic, 2021 will continue to be a year of transition. Enterprises worldwide were forced to accelerate their digital capabilities to meet evolving customer expectations during the pandemic. To stay relevant in a changing business environment, businesses will need to adapt to the next normal to address customer expectations and make it easier for employees to work and communicate within the new work environments.

    Frost & Sullivan’s research will uncover the top three challenges faced by IT teams based on a recent survey. To cope with the evolving cybersecurity challenges, businesses must understand how they can tap into expertise-as-a-service to focus on their core business objectives.

    Join us for this presentation and panel discussion on 5 Aug 2021 at 11am SGT. Frost & Sullivan is partnering with Inspira Enterprise to discuss lessons learned from the pandemic and propose concrete next action steps and key recommendations from real-life experiences to tackle the next normal. Join our special presenters and guests to learn more.

    Questions we’ll answer during the webinar:
    · What were the top cybersecurity challenges for IT teams in the APAC region during the pandemic?
    · Learning from IT teams across Asia, what are the key imperatives for your enterprise today?
    · What is expertise-as-a-service, and how can it support your business?
  • Top 3 Cybersecurity Trends in Australia and New Zealand Recorded: Aug 3 2021 28 mins
    Georgia Edell, Consulting Analyst, Security Practice, Frost & Sullivan
    Has your organization’s cybersecurity posture changed one year into the pandemic? How does it compare to the regional trends, and how can you better secure the future?

    After a year of working from home, organizations are familiar with the challenges of securing a remote workforce. Organizations are facing expanded network perimeters, complex network environments, and challenges in securing cloud environments. Over 90% of organizations in Australia are investing in cybersecurity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Australian organizations must be aware of three key trends affecting APAC: zero-trust network access, security from the cloud, and security for the cloud.

    Join Georgia Edell, Consulting Analyst, Frost & Sullivan, on August 3 for the webinar, Top 3 Cybersecurity Trends in Australia and New Zealand.

    Attend this webinar to:
    • Gain insight into new trends in cybersecurity and how Australian organizations are adapting to a changing environment.
    • Identify growth opportunities to help secure and protect your organization in a changing cyber landscape.
    • Discover how organizations in Australia are contributing to cybersecurity in APAC.
  • Emerging Market Trends in Asia-Pacific’s Telecommunication Industry Recorded: Jun 24 2021 23 mins
    Sofea Zukarnain, Research Associate, ICT Practice - Frost & Sullivan
    Market trends within the Asia-Pacific region show drastic changes impacting telecommunication service providers. The COVID-19 pandemic is adding pressure on telco revenue and margins, particularly within the consumer segment. As a result, telcos are launching innovative service offerings, including digital solutions for consumers and ICT solutions for enterprises. The spending on Pay-TV will marginally decline, especially in developed markets, driven by competition, increased availability of alternative options for streaming services and the loss of live sports due to COVID-19.

    There is still a significant demand for mobile data in the consumer market due to the increase in video consumption, the proliferation of mobile gaming and increased usage of high-bandwidth applications. There will also be a shift in consumers’ expectations; consumers are now looking for higher speeds to accommodate their increasing usage of high-bandwidth applications. 5G adoption will lean toward the enterprise segment, and consumer adoption will be slower. As a result, telcos are developing 5G use cases within vertical markets to create new business models and revenue streams to overcome disruption and disrupt.

    In this webinar, Sofea Zukarnain, Research Associate, Frost & Sullivan's ICT practice, will share new market trends that create challenges and offer growth opportunities for telcos in Asia-Pacific. You’ll also:
    • Gain insights into best practices of telecommunication service providers in Asia-Pacific.
    • Recognize emerging market trends that will significantly impact the telecommunication industry in Asia-Pacific.
    • Identify long-term growth opportunities enabled by emerging market trends in Asia-Pacific.
  • Emerging Technologies and Use Cases to Fast-Track Digital Transformation Recorded: Jun 17 2021 72 mins
    Aroop Zutshi, Frost & Sullivan; Ramesh Mahalingam, Vizru; Michael Ouliel, Blackswan; and Romi Stein, OpenLegacy (CEOs)
    Digital technology has been proven to accelerate workflows and operations. Further leveraging artificial intelligence (AI)-driven solutions can drive digital transformation and solve key technical issues. However, challenges such as the cost of integration are hindering its implementation among enterprises today.

    Key benefits of attending this webinar:
    • Gain insights into how organizations have expedited the adoption of digital transformation.
    • Understand how emerging technologies such as digital-driven integration, enterprise AI operating systems and zero-code development can solve current business challenges.
    • Hear strategic recommendations from industry experts on selecting the right digital transformation solution and implementation approaches.
    • Discover how industry use cases have utilized AI-driven solutions for successful business outcomes.
  • Developing IT and OT Cybersecurity Framework Recorded: Jun 15 2021 64 mins
    Abhay Bhargava, Frost & Sullivan, Dmitry Kuchynski, Vice President, and Peter Weldon, Manager, Digital14
    The evolution towards a connected world is witnessing a massive acceleration, as the world sees accelerated IoT/IIoT adoption within the post-pandemic new normal. This evolution is not limited to personal/ household devices needed by today’s workforce but shared with the significantly more complex adoption in the commercial and industrial space.

    The industrial controls segment, having an asset-intensive footprint, previously focused on operational improvements through automation, innovating in what has been named Operating Technology (OT). Traditionally, these OT/ICS networks were air-gapped (not connected to corporate networks or the Internet) to provide safeguards to the network, the ICS devices, and network performance. However, OT environments looking for additional control optimizations have been connected to organizational IT networks (and directly to the Internet in some cases). This connectivity was spurred by IT/OT convergence and third-party vendor’s looking to provide the same IT benefits to OT. Unfortunately, with these benefits comes additional cybersecurity threats, expanding the threat surface and business risk substantially.

    Many organizations are at varying stages of this transformation, but all should be evaluating and adopting Cyber Security Operations Centers (CSOC’s) to monitor and secure the OT environment. There are some essential reasons for this:
    1. Lower business risk and enhanced security posture
    2. Higher business agility and confidence, independent of hardware, platform, or technology (including bespoke environments)
    3. Faster response to cyber threats or breaches
  • Top 3 Imperatives for a Secure, Modern Workplace Recorded: May 28 2021 28 mins
    Vivien Pua, Industry Analyst, ICT Practice-Cybersecurity Frost & Sullivan Asia-Pacific
    Today’s business environment is filled with unprecedented disruptions and challenges. The global pandemic has further necessitated robust cybersecurity measures to support new remote working conditions and rapid cloud migration.

    Organizations will now need to rethink and realign their strategies with cybersecurity. Join Vivien Pua, Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan Asia-Pacific, ICT Practice, to hear her new cybersecurity findings. Learn about digital transformation in the new normal and the expanding attack surface, the top cybersecurity challenges facing CIOs in the APAC region, and the top three recommendations to empower a secure, modern network while keeping pace with digital evolution.

    The following questions will be answered:
    • Is your business ready for the new normal, and what does that mean for cybersecurity?
    • What are the top cybersecurity challenges facing CIOs in the APAC region?
    • How do you empower a secure, modern network while keeping pace with digital evolution?
  • 5G, Cloud Technology & Industrial Growth Amidst Uncertainty in the Pandemic Recorded: May 10 2021 27 mins
    Nicholas Wong, Consulting Analyst, Frost & Sullivan
    COVID-19 has transformed the cloud-based solutions market, catalyzing growth, especially in Asia-Pacific (APAC). The region is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 29.3% by 2025. Among cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) vendors, Chinese vendors are gaining market share at a considerable rate, and stiffer competition against major global vendors is expected in the next few years.

    Commercial 5G is still in its infancy in terms of country rollouts; therefore, the APAC region’s potential market is estimated to reach less than 280 billion USD by 2026. However, understanding and awareness of 5G are still inadequate in many areas; 5G service providers need to educate companies in their target industries to illustrate the potential of 5G.

    As COVID-19 continues to cast its shadow worldwide, companies are forced to take various measures to sustain business activity. Some companies are adopting cloud computing, but many others face concerns that hold them back. This session will focus on cloud and 5G technology and showcase how companies are adopting digitalization efforts in these unprecedented times.

    Highlights of this briefing include:

    • Challenges and opportunities from the demand side: How are customers’ demands evolving?
    • Drivers and restraints analysis from the supply side: What are the critical factors for vendors reinforcing competitive strength?
    • Frost & Sullivan’s perspective on the implications of these trends
  • Top 5 Growth Opportunities in the APAC Telecoms and Payments Industry for 2021 Recorded: Mar 11 2021 23 mins
    Mei Lee Quah, Associate Director, ICT, Frost & Sullivan
    The telecoms and payments industry has transformed and will become more interoperable, supported by smarter and faster payments infrastructure. Scaling payment system capabilities is a strategic imperative as cash usage declines in the region. The availability of 5G will expedite the pace of digital transformation of industry verticals. However, there is still work to understand end-user needs, partner fit and the go-to-market (GTM) plan for implementing 5G within enterprises.

    Several factors are driving the industry transformation, including:
    •Asia-Pacific Mega Trends are accelerating digital transformation.
    •Gaming will drive 5G growth.
    •Business-to-business (B2B) automated clearing house (ACH) payments are on the rise.
    •Digital billing and payments platforms will become prevalent.
    •Adoption of digital channels will complement existing in-store remittance services.
  • Mega Trends in APAC to Drive Growth Opportunities in the 5G Enterprise Market Recorded: Oct 30 2020 19 mins
    Sofea Zukarnain, Research Associate -Telecoms - ICT, APAC
    Mega Trends in Asia-Pacific to Drive Growth Opportunities in the 5G Enterprise Market: Enterprises need to transform to enable 5G enterprise solutions

    5G is impacting different industries by changing the needs and requirements for their network. This webinar, Mega Trends in Asia-Pacific to Drive Growth Opportunities in the 5G Enterprise Market, will help enterprises in Asia-Pacific optimize or enable business processes to keep up with the changing customer demand and remain competitive. Current enterprise networks are insufficient to handle the rising number of Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices. This webinar will focus on the need for enterprises to transform their networks to 5G and address challenges while improving business operations.

    Attend this webinar to:
    •Understand new challenges for end users in vertical industries.
    •Discover how network automation will enable service automation and digital transformation.
    •Explore the impact of 5G supply and demand in Asia-Pacific.
  • Future of Banking Post-COVID-19 Recorded: Oct 14 2020 57 mins
    Clare Walker and Shailendra Soni, Principal Consultants, Frost & Sullivan
    The COVID-19 pandemic has forced banks to accelerate their digital transformation initiatives, with some banks achieving their full-year plan in the first half of 2020. But by doing this, have they secured their future? Frost & Sullivan believes this may still not be enough as they start to feel the pressure from badly impacted SMEs and an adverse impact on travel and tourism, retail, and other industries.

    From this webinar, you’ll walk away with an understanding of:

    • What will happen to the branch networks, and how will ATMs transform?
    • Have alternative lending providers reached a scale to challenge the dominance of banks?
    • Will consumers prefer saving their money with banks or with Fintechs?
    • Will Fintechs survive the disruption, and if yes, which ones?
  • Industrial Cybersecurity - Enabling Maturity in the OT Environment Recorded: Sep 28 2020 64 mins
    Abhay Bhargava, Sr. Director, Frost & Sullivan, Sumit Dhar, Vice President, Government Risk and Compliance, Digital14
    The Middle East is witnessing rapid population growth, urban expansion, and a manufacturing boom. This unprecedented growth is driving investments in operational technology (OT). Traditionally, OT networks were air-gapped. However, organizations are increasingly connecting their OT networks to optimize their processes and gain a competitive strategic advantage.

    With the growing information technology (IT)–OT convergence, significant compliance requirements, and relentless targeting by threat actors, the risk exposure of OT environments increases. Also, industries worldwide face regulatory and financial pressures to establish a holistic approach to managing safety, cybersecurity, and governance, resulting in a strong demand for OT security.

    However, with labor costs on the rise and a growing shortage of appropriately skilled security resources, companies face unprecedented challenges in protecting their OT networks. Globally, the OT sector expects significant threats as we move forward, and the C-Suite is slowly getting involved in managing the OT risks. Organizations today, therefore, are focused on gaining visibility into their OT security posture and driving the overall maturity of OT security.

    As they do that, organizations face several challenges and complexities:

    • Significant end-to-end system integration issues
    • Unpredictable and unforeseen cybersecurity risks
    • Increasing cyber threats from competent and motivated adversaries
    • A massive increase in workloads of security operations teams
    • More complex compliance requirements and increased vulnerability from non-compliance

    In this webinar, Digital14, in collaboration with Frost & Sullivan, will discuss the emerging OT trends, IT and OT convergence challenges, and risks associated with the ever-evolving cybersecurity and threat landscape.
  • Cinema Exhibition Business in KSA: Strategies for Revenue Generation & Growth Recorded: Sep 10 2020 50 mins
    Saurabh Verma, Frost & Sullivan Director, Sailesh Dave, Partner and Neil Dave, Research Director, Runaway Insights
    The recent liberalization of the media and entertainment sector by The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has fueled the demand for setting up theaters for cinema's public exhibition. This positive development has created revenue generation opportunities for several stakeholders in the ecosystem, both nationally and internationally.

    Key Takeaways:

    • How can cinema chain operators, independent local content creators, internationally established production houses and studios effectively capitalize on the immense growth opportunities from theatrical exhibition in KSA?
    • Why should KSA be the destination for future investments by real estate developers, equipment and technology providers, and distribution and marketing companies?
    • What role will analytics and big data play in the theatrical exhibition business in KSA?
    • How can you co-exist with OTT platforms?
    • Discover strategies to maximize profitability and sustain long-term growth.
    • Learn about journeys to investment and widespread industry adoption.
  • The Impact of Private 5G Networks on Vertical Markets in Asia-Pacific Recorded: Jun 17 2020 21 mins
    Sofea Zukarnain, Research Associate, Frost & Sullivan
    The most commonly used access technologies do not meet new 5G use-case requirements. Most enterprises do not have sufficient throughput in their existing network, preventing them from deploying new 5G use cases. Plus, the internet of things (IoT) and connected assets continue to increase in vertical markets and will continue to grow in the future. Enterprise networks will require an increased capacity to handle the vast amount of data the connected assets produce. Private 5G networks will provide the necessary capabilities, such as low latency, full bandwidth, and higher capacity, to address these issues and enable new use cases. As 5G use cases become more complex, the network architecture will need to be upgraded to 5G Standalone. Therefore, private 5G networks will only be available when 5G Standalone becomes widely available in Asia-Pacific, after the first half of 2020. With the challenges on the current network to accommodate the requirements of the 5G use cases, more enterprises within vertical markets are investigating opportunities that private 5G networks could offer.

    Questions this session will answer:

    1. What drivers and restraints are influencing the growth of private 5G networks?
    2. What are the existing spectrum bands for the operation of a private 5G network?
    3. What are the practical use cases of private 5G networks?
    4. Who are the key ecosystem players, and what are their strategies?
    5. What are the key growth opportunities of private 5G networks in vertical markets?
  • Key Growth Strategies and Technologies to Upgrade Your CX Amidst the Pandemic Recorded: Apr 29 2020 59 mins
    Frost & Sullivan’s Global Customer Experience Team
    COVID-19 has hit us fast and furiously in 2020. A general lack of preparedness in customer care has revealed each industry’s weaknesses and vulnerabilities. Every vertical market has its unique challenges, but the concerns that are universal for all include lack of bandwidth, secured networks, and reliability. In this volatile and unpredictable environment, our global Customer Experience team will weigh in key strategies and technologies companies in all sectors should leverage and monitor closely.

    The briefing will discuss ways to deliver secure, high-quality, and stable CX services to your clients to gain a competitive advantage during these uncertain times, including the optimization of your artificial intelligence, robotic process automation, and virtual agents.

    Key benefits of attending:

    1. Discover the major issues companies experienced in terms of technologies and processes to support their customers and how they dealt with it
    2. Find out success factors for organizations that are coming out of this unscathed or even growing
    3. Identify what key technologies will see an acceleration in growth over the next year or two
    4. Determine top strategies CX companies can focus on over the next months
    5. Learn about best practices and recommendations for BPOs and solutions providers
  • デジタルペイメントと成長機会 Recorded: Apr 17 2020 25 mins
    デウィ・レガニス フロスト・アンド・サリバン テレコムス & ペイメント 業界アナリスト
    2025年までに、ビジネスにおけるデジタル決済はどのように変わっているでしょうか。ビジネスと消費者セグメントでのシームレスで効果的な決済プロセスを作り上げようとしている決済業界の変化において、御社のビジネスはどのようにマネタイズするのでしょうか。

    多くの業界は、オートメーション化とデジタル化により、ビジネスのプロセスを簡素化し管理しやすくしようとしています。マニュアルのプロセスの電子化を促進するためのテクノロジーは、ビジネスのためのデジタル決済にも必要不可欠な原則です。しかし、アジア太平洋諸国のB2Bデジタル決済のテクノロジーはまだ創成期です。クレジットカードで簡単に決済を済ませる消費者が使うデジタル決済とは違い、大量のB2B決済が未だに紙とマニュアルのプロセスに依存しています。

    デジタル決済の未来は、業界の株主同士の協力により開発され、決済テクノロジーのアプリケーションとイノベーションによってもたらされます。ビジネスおよび消費者のデジタル決済は共に、混乱を最小限に抑えシームレスなプロセスであることが重要です。ハイパーレッジャーのフレームワークやオープンAPI、暗号化技術などの技術が融合することにより、企業および消費者は、ボーダーレスかつペーパーレスで、安心、安全なデジタル決済の時代へと進みます。

    主なポイント:
    • バーチャルアカウント、オンライン決済プラットフォーム、ブロックチェーンなどのビジネスのためのデジタル決済方法は、他の決済方法と比較して速く、そして安全かを絶えず評価されている。
    • デジタル決済の絶え間ない成長により、新規参入のフィンテック企業を含めたデジタル決済プロバイダーに、決済業界でのシェアを獲得するために多くの機会がもたらされている。
    • テクノロジーサービスの向上は必要不可欠であり、御社の戦略計画に組み込むべきである。
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    Digital transformation has redefined the way we do business. The industrial sector is not immune to this change. There is a fundamental shift that is happening in the way we deliver projects, operate, and utilize assets or create new revenue streams from traditional industries.

    Frost & Sullivan, The Growth Pipeline Company, surveyed 206 senior executives in Asia-Pacific to understand digital adoption in the oil & gas, mining, construction, chemicals, and energy & utility industries. The findings showed 43% of senior executives identified the main reason for digital adoption as reducing operating costs. Survey participants also felt that digital technologies helped in raising customer experience, delivering innovation, simplifying, automating, and providing real business intelligence to stay relevant and competitive.

    Join us on March 11, 2020, to uncover the latest executive research findings and hear from industry experts on how digital transformation is driving growth and competitive advantage in the process and engineering industries in Asia-Pacific.

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    • What are the key digital trends in the region?
    • How can digital adoption help process and engineering industries overcome their challenges?
    • What are the top priorities of executives for digital adoption?
    • What key technologies should you invest in over the next 3-5 years?
    • What challenges should you anticipate and overcome during the digital transformation journey?
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