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Fujitsu Reveals Findings of Global Digital Transformation Survey Report 2019

Fujitsu has released its Fujitsu Future Insights Global Digital Transformation Survey Report 2019.

The survey aims to understand the state of their digital transformation journeys with regard to AI and other advanced technologies, and to clarify how business leaders around the world perceive the concept of “trust”, an increasingly urgent theme in recent years.

In a world that is more connected, more globally integrated, and faster-paced than ever before, the benefits delivered by digital technology seem obvious and ubiquitous, issues surrounding the trustworthiness of personal data control and decisions made by AI remain a growing concern.

In light of these persistent challenges, Fujitsu embarked on the third iteration of its Global Digital Transformation Survey, first carried out in 2017, revealing the status of digital transformation initiatives and clarifying how global business leaders perceive “trust”, which represent important themes in driving business success in recent years.

The Key Findings of the Survey include:

  1. Status of Digital Transformation

87% of companies surveyed have already begun their digital transformation journey. Players in financial services and transportation companies were found to be the most advanced in their initiatives. About half of companies in these industries delivered positive outcomes.

Fujitsu’s previous survey revealed that six organizational capabilities are required to deliver positive outcomes in digital transformation projects: Leadership, Ecosystem, Empowered people, A Culture of Agility, Value from Data, and Business Integration. Analysis of this year’s survey also reveals that successful companies possess these organizational capabilities, which we refer to as “digital muscles.”

Digital Transformation

  1. Trust in Online Data

A majority (72%) of respondents were worried that organizations may exploit personal data without their permission. In some cases, however, respondents found it acceptable to provide personal data. These include cases in which the company receiving the personal data can be trusted and where the personal data provided can be used to enhance products and services.

  1. Decisions Made by AI or by a Person

Respondents remain uncertain whether they better trust decisions made by AI or by a person. Our survey shows that respondents tend to trust decisions made by AI more in situations where the human impact is less significant. Moreover, 63% of respondents said that they would trust decisions made by AI if the AI shows substantial reasons for reaching the decisions, and 66% indicated that they would trust a company that published a code of ethics governing the use of AI.

Decisions Made by AI

  1. Empowering People to Drive Successful Digital Transformation

Companies in which management places an emphasis on long-term perspectives, practices empathic leadership by sharing their messages and passion with employees, and empowers their staff tend to achieve greater success in their journeys toward digital transformation.

Research Methodology

Fujitsu conducted the survey among 900 CxOs and decision-makers at large and mid-sized companies spread across different industries in 9 countries.

For the full report: Click Here

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