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A free infographic highlighting where the UK's small to medium businesses are on their digital transformation journeys and what challenges (if any) still lie ahead.

In 2017, Daisy polled UK businesses (comprising 1-1,000 employees) to establish how they are getting on with digital transformation and provide an overall assessment of progress.

But with a lack of resources, existing technology and a lack of internal skills and knowledge acting as hindering factors, it is clear that some smaller businesses still have some challenges to overcome.

Take a look at the infographic below summarising the experiences of professionals at small to medium-sized (1-500 employees) from across the UK. Click on the image to expand.

 

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digital transformation, Digital Transformation Survey: Small to Medium Businesses