Interactive Summary: How to extract value from information

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New research from PwC and Iron Mountains indicates over 80% of businesses see achieving return on information as a priority. But, three out of four businesses fail to exploit the value in their information. What makes a commercial priority so difficult to act on? Looking at what front runners do differently can help. Businesses that successfully extract value from information share important characteristics. They:

  • Employ and empower data analysts
  • Invest in innovative tools
  • Think beyond IT

This summary presents research in a clear, engaging and useful format – ideal for procurement professionals, facilities managers and other experts interested in what’s next for records management.

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