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Technology trends that will shape 2021

25 November 2020 News

In preparing to turn the corner on one of the most tumultuous years we have ever seen, 2021 will require that organisations put a finger on what will stimulate market responses and what the fabric of those new paradigms will look like. There are several potential outcomes for every new situation, and never have the stakes been higher.

The team of analysts at ABI Research has made 68 technology predictions of events that will and will not happen in 2021. These predictions are informed by the many hundreds of in-person interviews the firm conducts every year, the millions of original data points it produces, and the collegiate approach to research that allows its analysts to collaborate beyond static silos and see trends early in the grey margins where market boundaries rub against each other and cause friction.

All companies, regardless of size, market, or industry must embrace evolution and implementation with enthusiasm. A resilient company that is well set to grow post-pandemic will be characterised by its digital agility as much as anything else. This report will help you see those fundamental trends early and take a view on those trends that are buoyed by hyperbole and those that are sure to be uncomfortable realities. Now is the time to double down on the right technology investment.

To access the white paper go to https://go.abiresearch.com/lp-68-tech-trends-that-will-shape-2021




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