By listening directly to the real-economy participants at ground level and analyzing their efficiency levels across all clusters in the supply chains, it is possible learn what digital tools they need to shape the digital economy and increase their efficiency and productivity.
A global assessment, The G20 Nations Case Study, was conducted to learn more about what real-economy participants want and what tools they have. The research found that 90.4 percent of respondents lack a fully integrated system and 94.5percent want the Digital Economy tools.
71 ministries, NGOs, IGOs and academic institutions were engaged in the study, which was executed with policies and procedures that exceeded world-leading standards. Read more