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ISG is helping retail companies get through the current crisis with cost optimization and asset monetization and by developing horizon-two strategies that address operating model challenges.
ISG specializes in helping insurance companies formulate strategies for cost optimization, digital automation and modernization.
An ISG organizational change management (OCM) team readies hundreds of workers for major changes to their IT processes and applications, including outsourcing and the introduction of ServiceNow.
For airline and hotel businesses to emerge stronger from the COVID-19 crisis, they must take a data-driven, action-oriented approach.
Microsoft acquires robotic process automation (RPA) vendor Softomotive, and – without doubt – shakes up the RPA market forever.
The initial “shock and awe” period for the travel and transportation sector is largely behind us, and we are all painfully aware that demand cannot sink much lower.
For many businesses, the damage of COVID-19 has come in the form of lost productivity with workers banned from the office under social distancing regulations. For others, however, productivity hasn’t taken such a hit.
ISG facilitates the transformation journey of a large federated insurance conglomerate to adopt new IT infrastructure and security-services practices in the midst of a broader corporate transformation.
ISG Index™ : le marché de l’externalisation dans la zone EMEA en hausse de près de 4 % au 1er trimestre
L’impact du COVID-19 est ressenti alors que la demande d’infogérance a considérablement diminué en mars
Documentation is a key success factor to ensuring TBM is sustainable for the long term, safeguarding against faded memories and departure of key personnel.
As regions around the world lift stay-at-home restrictions tied to the pandemic, many enterprises with shared workspaces are considering fever screening.
Many economists predicted the decline of the check with the rise of electronic transactions, but few envisioned the elimination of cash in day-to-day life.
The global pandemic has negatively affected every business – with the few notable exceptions of online retail operations, pharmacies and grocery store chains, and specific consumer goods manufacturers.