2021 Top Tech Priorities TCCtech Embraces for Customers

Wednesday 27 January 2021 13:24
Many worldwide research firms cite the importance of "Digital Resiliency". Regarding the IDC's technology predictions*, the key to futureproof from the next economics crisis is "Digital Resiliency" The "Digital Resiliency" is the ability for an organization to rapidly adapt to business disruptions by leveraging digital capabilities to maintain continuous business operations.
2021 Top Tech Priorities TCCtech Embraces for Customers

This time we are talking about rapidly adaptation with the most disruptive challenge of the past 75 years from Coronavirus. From Garner's report**, the 9 strategic technology trends will enable the Digital Resiliency include Internet Behaviors, Total experience strategy, Privacy-enhancing computing, Distributed cloud, Anywhere operations, Cybersecurity mesh, Intelligent composable business, AI engineering and Hyperautomation.

In term of top technology priorities, different businesses may have different priorities, depending on the businesses' nature and maturity.
Mr. Teerapan Luengnaruemitchai, Managing Director of TCC Technology disclosed the upcoming trend that most of our customers applied the digital-first strategy to help them ensure the smart, fast and secured environment. More demand is also anticipated from the enterprise application development, especially the security solutions and data analytics platform, resulting in significant growth in cloud-based solutions. Our strategic direction going forward is aligned with growth of demand in these areas.

Additionally, K Pipit Jariyavattanavijit, Deputy MD - Commercial and Operation of TCC Technology stated that business priorities in this coming years is to enabling the customers in these three key areas, including data-driven decisions making, digitized customer journey and advanced analytics solutions, which highly rely on reliability, security and privacy.

Many worldwide research firms cite the importance of "Digital Resiliency". Regarding the IDC's technology predictions*, the key to futureproof from the next economics crisis is "Digital Resiliency" The "Digital Resiliency" is the ability for an organization to rapidly adapt to business disruptions by leveraging digital capabilities to maintain continuous business operations.

This time we are talking about rapidly adaptation with the most disruptive challenge of the past 75 years from Coronavirus. From Garner's report**, the 9 strategic technology trends will enable the Digital Resiliency include Internet Behaviors, Total experience strategy, Privacy-enhancing computing, Distributed cloud, Anywhere operations, Cybersecurity mesh, Intelligent composable business, AI engineering and Hyperautomation.

In term of top technology priorities, different businesses may have different priorities, depending on the businesses' nature and maturity.
Mr. Teerapan Luengnaruemitchai, Managing Director of TCC Technology disclosed the upcoming trend that most of our customers applied the digital-first strategy to help them ensure the smart, fast and secured environment. More demand is also anticipated from the enterprise application development, especially the security solutions and data analytics platform, resulting in significant growth in cloud-based solutions. Our strategic direction going forward is aligned with growth of demand in these areas.

Additionally, K Pipit Jariyavattanavijit, Deputy MD - Commercial and Operation of TCC Technology stated that business priorities in this coming years is to enabling the customers in these three key areas, including data-driven decisions making, digitized customer journey and advanced analytics solutions, which highly rely on reliability, security and privacy.

The collaboration of IT and business should be another key factor that help accelerate the pace of transformation. As cited from the Gartner*** that by 2022, organizations with diverse IT and Business collaborations will deliver business outcomes 25% faster than their competitors.

The collaboration of IT and business should be another key factor that help accelerate the pace of transformation. As cited from the Gartner*** that by 2022, organizations with diverse IT and Business collaborations will deliver business outcomes 25% faster than their competitors.

Source:
*www.idc.com/…ication
** www.gartner.com/…r-2021/
***www.gartner.com/…erience

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