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“What’s next?” That question drives our industry every day. Answering it isn’t easy. You don’t get there using conjecture or assumptions—you get there using passion, precision, experience and rigorous science. And when it comes to measuring the breakneck evolution of social media. 2016 3PL Study showed that 70% of those who use logistics services (shippers) and 85% of 3PL providers said the use of 3PL services has contributed to overall logistics cost reductions, and 83% of shippers and 94% of 3PL providers said the use of 3PLs has contributed to improved.
The EY Digital Australia: State of the Nation 2017 report is the first stop for informing and optimising digital strategy now and in the future. This report provides a comprehensive view of digital engagement, attitudes, and behaviours amongst Australians.. Digital consumer study. Australian consumers have traditionally been early adopters of new technologies. For businesses selling products or services to these consumers, understanding their technology usage and preferences has never been more challenging to stay on top of considering the speed of change..
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The study, which surveyed more than 36,000 online consumers in 19 European countries, reveals how consumer adoption of digital payments has shifted dramatically in the last 12 months. One year ago, 38% of the people surveyed said they had never used a mobile.
THE EVOLUTION OF CLOUD ADOPTION IN AUSTRALIA / WHITEPAPER / By Melbourne IT Enterprise Services. MELBOURNE IT ENTERPRISE SERVICES 2 THE EVOLUTION OF CLOUD According to the United States Department of Commerce Computer Security Divisioni, cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of …. adoption of contactless functionality by merchants and consumers. In 2016, 85 per cent of survey In 2016, 85 per cent of survey participants reported holding a contactless card, compared with two-thirds of respondents in 2013.. The Mobile Consumer Survey, now in its fifth year in Australia, is a multi-country study of mobile phone users around the world. The 2018 study comprises more than 54,150 responses across 35 countries. Australian findings are based on a nationally representative sample of over 2,000 consumers aged 18-75, polled online during June 2018..