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    According to a recent Deloitte LLP survey, advanced analytics is fast becoming a mainstay in the M&A tool kit, with almost 58 percent of organizations already using it in their M&A deal process and another 20 percent considering it. If your M&A process faces too much data and too little time or insight, it might be worth giving M&A analytics a look.
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    Over one-third of U.S. consumers are Digital Omnivores – consumers who own a trio of tablets, smartphones and laptops. How are digital platforms and social media techniques being utilized by small and private companies to reach their end users? Discover more.
  • The Internet of Things ecosystem
    The Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to offer business value that goes beyond operational cost savings. This article offers strategies — to both enterprise adopters and IoT providers — to unlock the business value of connected devices. Learn how IoT solutions can improve enterprise adopters' fundamental business values, not just savings and risk management, but revenue growth and innovation.
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