Managing Directors Jeffery Samuelson and Margaret (Peggie) Michaels headed the team alongside analysts’ Paul Bernstein, Craig Withers, and Brent Lasskio to find out what the best trends of business related issues will be moving into the next year and beyond.
The first trend the team noticed dealt with the business and technology sectors fusing into one system of business, one conversation, and one strategy for a connected global economy, and this will be a central point to understanding how the “new future” of business is progressing.
Secondly the team noted that innovations are what new business models are about, along with marketplace collaboration, new leadership and smart engineering. The new business trend future will harness innovative thinkers and their new ideas will push the business sectors to new heights.
Next the Warwick team analyzed the knowledge engineering sector and the networking of knowledge and technology brings business closer and more efficient. The team looks at the knowledge sector as one that will stand to create large results in the 21st century and beyond.
Another large trend that is being seen with business is the capture and analysis of customer information about product and service use, needs, wants, desires and behavior. Google Inc. is leading the forefront in this regard, and has even come under scrutiny over it. Nonetheless more and more companies have begun adapting to this technique in efforts to hone in and be more direct with their consumers.
Integration of customer touch points across business channels all over is key to future success; however Warwick analysts warn companies and business owners to keep their eyes on industry breakdowns. Touch points will provide companies specific areas where their customer base has interest or not.
The Warwick team has evaluated the capacity of organizations to understand new trends that will shape the future of business, and emphasizes companies to adapt to technology advancements, customer demands, and marketplaces that determine a good or bad survival rate.
Another trend the team discovered that could have negative effects to business’ in the future deal with disruptions in the form of emerging markets, electronic exchanges, security breaches, and ever-changing customer demographics. Warwick advises business sectors to remain cautions of such challenges.
A large factor in the future of business trends lies in the value of human capital in regards to the accumulation of customer bases. Facebook leads the way in this regard accumulating a human base that just reached over half a billion users. This practice allows business to expand to each user or customer and helps to apply some of the techniques discussed above.
Emergences of health enhancements, interactive TV nanotech, and on-demand supply chains will help fuel new industries entirely, and create new innovations that have not yet been seen within marketplaces all over.
The last and certainly not least aspect that will drive new business trends into the future will be the leaders, who are aware of these trends and utilize new tools to capitalize on them. Their management, desires for innovations, and highly set visions will help them to execute their jobs providing each company or sector they are involved with large chances at profitability.
The team of directors and analysts at Warwick Ventures has spent time and effort gathering data, and analyzing trends over the past 10 years to come up with their results. As any business situation goes, there are unseen forces that may change or alter trend directions but Warwick is confident many of the points above will have involvement with business sector trends.
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