The World in 2050 – PWC report

The World in 2050 – PWC report The long view: how will the global economic order change by 2050? 130% Cumulative global GDP growth between 2016 and 2050 20% China’s projected share of world GDP at PPPs by 2050 2nd India’s global GDP ranking at PPPs by 2050 (behind China but ahead of the US) 9% EU27’s share of global GDP at PPPs by 2050 (excluding UK) Downloads: Full report Summary report or Slide pack  Key findings This report sets out our latest long-term global growth projections to 2050 for 32 of the largest economies in the world, accounting for around 85% of world GDP. Key results of our analysis (as summarised also in the accompanying video) include: The world Read More …

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How to differentiate startup

Not every new company is a startup! Published on LinkedIn on October 3, 2016 by Mariusz Nowak PwC I TEDx I MITEF Not every new company is a startup. The difference between micro/ small enterprises and IDE (Innovation Driven Enterprise)/ startup. Lately in Poland, it can be noticed that the access to the different sources of money or other means of support for young companies is easier than ever. We can even say that, to some extent, the supply is greater than the demand. It is meaningful to talk about this fact widely. In addition, we notice that the notions such as “innovation” or “startup” are loosing at their value. This market bubble is driven by a few factors. First of Read More …

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Open Banking requires a new approach to IT Development Strategy in Banking

Source: PWC Open Banking requires a new approach to IT Development Strategy in Banking Published on September 19, 2016 by  Mike Kennelly   Director at PWC   FollowMike Kennelly Open Banking requires an ‘Outside-In’ development philosophy and an ‘API First’ development strategy The Open Data economy has created new business models across many industry sectors led by governments and global brands like Google, Netflix,  Twitter, Facebook, Ebay, Expedia, Salesforce and others. Open Data is now coming to Banking driven by regulation (EU PSD2,UK CMA and UK HMT), Customer demand and the need to create more agile Banking IT platforms. It’s arrival to Banking is long overdue and the pent up demand from Developers to access the rich Customer data sets held by Banks is Read More …

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Analyzing Data of Fastest Growing Global 100 Software Leader Companies – compiled by IDC for PWC

Explore the data Analysing the changes between the current Global 100 Software Leaders and the previous ranking, published in 2014, indicates just how dynamic the market is. Both lists were compiled for PwC by International Data Corp. (IDC). Fourteen companies fell off the current list, which means 14 are new. A churn of 28 seems like quite a bit in just two years. Four of the 14 companies that fell off the list were acquired, and one (Compuware) split into two companies. Actually, it’s fairly easy to fall off the list. Of the bottom 12 in the previous list, 10 are gone. Take a closer look at the data below. • Global 100 Software Leaders by revenue • SaaS revenues of Read More …

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