PFU Limited has presented the results of its 2020 Digitization Organizational Intelligence Report. The new ‘Fujitsu Image Scanner Organizational Intelligence Survey 2020’ analyzes the degree of development of business projects on their way to digitization. Where it is shown that 35% of organizations still do not have a clear action plan for casino reviews.
86% of organizations indicate that managing the volume of information in their companies represents a challenge and that many of them do not have a clear roadmap. Hence, all this results in disconnect between the problems that organizations want to solve and the way forward to achieve it.
“If we understand the organization as a single interconnected system of knowledge flows that complement each other, opportunities are opened for the company to obtain the maximum value from the information to which it has access and increase its organizational intelligence”, says John Mancini, former president of the Association for Intelligent Information Management.
PFU Limited and its 2020 Organizational Intelligence Report
Despite the fact that many companies still do not have a clear route to follow, good results have also been shown in terms of the need to manage information towards digitization, as 80% hire external experts to take care of it. This creates important opportunities for channel partners that provide information capture solutions to help companies, administrations and professionals of all kinds to collect data. Among the conclusions that are drawn in the report are;
- Digital transformation is a challenge for 50% of organizations.
- 61% of them consider it impossible to completely eliminate the use of paper.
- 86% say that managing the volume of information in their companies represents a challenge, and emphasizes the prevailing need to carry out a digital transformation.
- 80% hire external experts to assist them on their journey to digitization.
- Almost a quarter (24%) of them acknowledge having lost important documents, and 23% claim to have made imprecise decisions due to the way in which the information is organized.
Good results have been shown in terms of the need to manage information towards digitization, as 80% hire external experts to take care of it
The research ensures that more than half of the organizations aims to promote technological innovation through business growth or while maintaining competitiveness in a hostile environment. However, when completing successful projects, many face internal and external obstacles, such as security risks (34%) and regulatory compliance (24%). In addition, according to the study, it is observed that:
- 27% of those surveyed believe that their organization’s information is currently not easy to access, and 26% believe that its current structure makes it difficult to share information with others.
- 54% of them consider scanning to be an important factor in achieving digital transformation.
- 56% of the records are stored both on paper and digitally.
- The ultimate goal of more than half of the organizations is to grow as a company or stay competitive.
- 44% of organizations say that improving staff productivity and efficiency serves as a driver for launching digital transformation programs.
- 34% mention that security risks are a stumbling block to digital transformation, while 24% believe that the main problem lies in regulatory compliance.