91% Of Enterprises Expect AI To Deliver New Business Growth by 2023

LOUIS COLUMBUS | September 29, 2018

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AI is already enabling early-adopter manufacturers to better orchestrate analytics, Business Intelligence (BI), mobility and real-time monitoring to enable faster revenue growth and grow faster than their peers. The top 18% of AI adopters today devote over 70% of their efforts to devising new strategies to drive revenue and new sales growth. 91% of all enterprises interviewed expect AI to deliver new business growth by 2023. These and many other fascinating insights are from the recently published report Artificial Intelligence in Business Gets Real; Pioneering Companies Aim for AI at Scale by MIT Sloan Management Review in collaboration with BCG Henderson Institute.  A copy of the report is downloadable here (PDF, 23 pp., opt-in).  The study is based on a survey of 3,076 business executives, managers, and analysts from organizations around the world. The survey, conducted in Spring 2018, captured insights from individuals working in organizations of various sizes, spread across 29 industries and located in 126 countries, and supplemented by 36 executive interviews. For additional details on the methodology, please see page 3 of the study.

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