Steria unveils its predictions on the key issues and trends facing business leaders of tomorrow in a report published today. ‘The future’ report highlights topics set to have a major impact on companies such as globalisation, urbanisation and new working models. The report, written alongside Global Futures and Foresight, explores how business leaders can best address these key transformational issues to maximise opportunities. As a trusted transformation partner for clients around the world, the report outlines Steria CEO François Enaud’s point of view on how technology can help organisations navigate this changing landscape.
Steria, a leading provider of IT-enabled business services, has today published a report prepared in collaboration with Global Futures and Foresight (GFF) entitled ‘the future’. The report unveils key trends that will affect organisations, and offers insight into how business leaders can navigate these transformational issues.
The report outlines important issues that will affect organisations including changes in populations, economies, politics, middle class, urbanisation, infrastructure, food and technology. These trends are now demanding a response from corporate leaders as they create compelling new scenarios for their organisations such as new market sub-sectors and solutions as well as displacing existing products, services and even providers.
The report brings together over 180 published sources to highlight the landmarks and drivers of change that will influence tomorrow. As a trusted transformation partner for clients globally, Steria has included interviews with senior European business leaders illustrating their perspectives and advice on how leaders can navigate these changes successfully.
Experts in technology and business including senior executives from Bouygues, Credit Suisse and Hessian Federal State Bank, all offer their opinions on the findings. Steria Group CEO François Enaud also reflects on the value of the report and explains how technology will have an increasingly important role to play as business models adapt and to enable the transformation needed to address the shift:
“When you look at all of the trends within the report side-by-side, the sheer scale of transformation needed to address the various issues, trends and shifts in the market is immensely apparent. Technology leaders, politicians, governments, financial services providers and utilities companies - regardless of sector or size, are all entering a time of major change with technology driving much of the innovation that will come. Each respective industry will face their own challenges, but this report will serve as an objective backdrop to begin to address some of the bigger changes we are due to experience”.
To read the full report, please visit the following link: www.steria.com/futurereport2012
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Steria delivers IT enabled business services which help organisations in the public and private sectors operate more efficiently and profitably. By combining in depth understanding of our clients' businesses with expertise in IT and business process outsourcing, we take on our clients' challenges and develop innovative solutions to address them. Through our highly collaborative consulting style, we work with our clients to transform their business, enabling them to focus on what they do best. Our 20,000 people, working across 16 countries, support the systems, services and processes that make today's world turn, touching the lives of millions around the globe each day. Founded in 1969, Steria has offices in Europe, India, North Africa and SE Asia and a 2011 revenue of €1.75 billion. 21%(*) of Steria's capital is owned by its employees. Headquartered in Paris, Steria is listed on the Euronext Paris market.
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Sachdev Ramakrishna, Director- Marketing, Steria (India) Ltd, +91 9871715438