Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Digital Statistics

Digital Enriches the World with Speed.

The business and world is speeding up with digital speed, here are some interesting digital statistics:

  1. Over 40% of the companies that were at the top of the Fortune 500 in 2000 were no longer there in 2010.    –Future Of Business 
  1. The amount of data stored is doubling every 18 months.   – IDC 
  1. By 2030, 5 billion people – nearly two thirds of global population – could be middle class.                  - OECD “An Emerging Middle Class.” 
  1. Content on the Internet tripled between 2010 and 2013.   –GoGlobe &Qmee 
  1. It takes 12 positive experiences to make up for one unresolved negative experience.   –HelpScout 
  1. The percentage of companies new to the Fortune 1000 has grown from 35% (1973-1983) to 45% (1984-1993) to 60% (1994 -2003) to over 70% (2004-2013) in each of the last 4 decades.  –Future of Business. 

  1. There are 1.5 Billion smart-phone users vs. 5 Billion mobile users worldwide.      –Internet Trend 
  1. Today, most goods and a growing share of services are “Made in the World”, not just produced in just one country.   –OECD “Interconnected Economies” 
  1. In 2011, 3.6 billion people (50% of the global population) lived in urban areas, compared with 1.5 billion in 1990.     –World Bank 
  1. $83 billion is estimated to be lost by U.S. businesses every year due to poor customer service.   –Genesys  
  1. In 2012, only 37% of US companies earned a customer experience index rating of “excellent” or “good”.                –Forrester 
  1. Just to keep employment rates constant, the worldwide number of jobs will have to increase by around 600 million over a 15-year period.                   -World Bank


Interesting statistics! It makes even more sense why we need to move our IP business quickly to keep up with the changes.

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