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Ergo study points to transformation concerns

4th June, 2017

Just under half of Irish businesses (43 per cent) have yet to embark on a digital transformation strategy, with budget and resources identified as the biggest barrier (73 per cent), according to a new survey of IT professionals by services company Ergo.

Other obstacles include legacy IT systems (55 per cent), cooperation between departments (45 per cent), and buy-in from leadership (30 per cent).

The survey coincided with Journey to the Agile Edge, a pair of events co-hosted by Ergo...

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