Digital Disruptors hustle, innovate and execute leaving legacy IT behind


I did this seven years ago. The world has changed so much in the past 7 years. In hindsight I think the rankings hold up. Apple, Google, Amazon dominate. I underestimated Microsoft, over estimated Workday. There is still a mass of undefined tech providers in the middle as well. At the other end of the scale the likes of CSC, EMC don’t exist anymore, and the Telco’s still do not know what they are or who they stand for.

capioIT - Trusted Advisors in Emerging Technology

Hustle is a word that means a range of intentions in different countries. But the core theme of moving quickly and getting it done (sometimes “it” may be ambiguous or up to generous interpretation) is central to how capioIT views the requirements of organisations who will drive the shift towards a true digital future.

The ability to capture innovation, and execute on change may be less ambiguously defined, but is of equal criticality. For those companies that are creating the digital world, and by extension, those that will define the future for enterprises, government and consumers the ability to provide leadership in innovation, execution and the ability to drive change with speed, aka hustle, is absolutely essential.

That leads to the need to understand who is providing this leadership, and pointedly, who isn’t. Independent emerging technology research and advisory firm capioIT undertook an at times overwhelming but always independent study to rank 60 vendors on…

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About capioIT - Phil Hassey

If you require further information, please contact Phil Hassey, CEO of capioIT. capioIT is an advisory firm focused on helping organisations to understand emerging technology as the world becomes Digital. Phil may be contacted easily in the digital and real world. phil@capioit.com +61422231793
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