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Businesses Face a Digital Ceiling in Their Transformation Progress, Infosys Digital Radar Reveals (2)

From November 12 to 30, 2019, Infosys used a blind format to conduct an online survey that attracted responses from more than 1,000 CXO and other senior-level respondents from companies with revenue greater than US$1 Billion. Respondents represented multiple industries and hailed from Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, New Zealand, U.K. and the U.S. To gain additional qualitative insights, phone interviews were also conducted with a few practitioners and subject matter experts.

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