Tomorrow’s successes will go to those who prioritize digital innovation to build smarter, more efficient and more agile enterprises. Making your organization one of these leaders means uniting disconnected parts of the business and enabling secure, smarter insights and more informed decision making. We can show you how to do just that.
We know transforming an enterprise is not easy. Right now, organizations are struggling to meet consumer demands while having to contend with global factors that shift like sand. According to a recent survey, supply chain challenges cost organizations a combined average of $182 million U.S. dollars in lost revenue in 2021,1 and recent history reminds us that the next disruption could be right around the corner.
Digital transformation can help you survive and thrive in this unpredictable environment. That’s why, according to a recent survey, IT leaders ranked it as the number one IT priority for 2020 and 2021,2 and why spending on digital and technology is projected to reach $1.8 trillion by the end of 2022.3 But who you partner with is more important than how much you spend.
Verizon is uniquely positioned to help organizations transform in a way that goes beyond survival to deliver the competitive advantage that is Enterprise Intelligence.
Enterprise Intelligence is the result of setting aside old ways of working and using technology to capture an end-to-end vision of your organization as it operates. It means using your network to provide a secure platform for the latest technologies and partner solutions—including artificial intelligence, machine learning, IoT and more. Enterprises that build or adopt these platforms are poised to continuously translate information into insights, driving “next best actions” that are contextual, consistent and guided by clear business goals.
In short, your network needs to help make your business smarter. For each industry, that looks different. It may mean your network needs to power new, real-time applications from innovative partners, like the apps the Phoenix Suns have used to help turn biometric data into results in the standings. Or it may mean upgrading the network while simplifying operations, like Associated British Ports has done. By moving from public 4G in one of the U.K.’s busiest ports to a private 5G network, the port operator is boosting efficiency and productivity while spending less time worrying about the network itself.
To create a platform that can do all this, you need more than secure, reliable connectivity. It must be paired with industry expertise—like our experience building and operating America’s most reliable 5G network4—and cutting-edge partner solutions designed to take advantage of 5G and multi-access edge computing (MEC) to deliver transformative results.
Verizon has the global networking expertise and broad portfolio to help you overcome your challenges. Because when 5G, network as a service, MEC and more come together to give you a platform for the future, it’s not just digital transformation. This is Enterprise Intelligence.