CEOs look to the customer as CIOs and CMOs focus on digitisation

By   ISBuzz Team
Writer , Information Security Buzz | Oct 10, 2013 01:44 am PST

CEOs are increasingly looking to their customers for the development of business strategies, according to a global study of C-level executives, in which CIOs responded overwhelmingly their focus was on front office digitisation.

While technology retained its position at the top of the CEO agenda for the second consecutive IBM C-suite survey of more than 4,000 CEOs, CIOs, CFOs and CMOs, chief executives revealed they were concerned that their colleagues are out of touch with customers, and subsequently they plan to directly engage their customers and proactively apply what they learn to set their business agendas for the next three to five years.

IBM UK and Ireland chief executive David Stokes said: “In today’s digital era, the customer is empowered by technology and transparency and is accustomed to a personalised experience.

“Our survey results clearly indicate that the most successful business leaders are those who recognise and embrace this shift in customer expectations.”


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