The coronavirus pandemic has helped drive the rapid growth of digital solutions. While this has enabled a number of positive developments, it has also exposed many sectors to a heightened threat of cyberattacks.
After a year of external expansion and internal reorganisation due to Covid-19, South-east Asia’s super apps appear to be looking towards mergers and public listings as a strategy for future development.
– Lockdowns accelerated the digital transformation in emerging economies
– ICT-based solutions facilitated remote learning and working
– Apps and digital platforms became essential to everyday life
– Digitalisation strengthened the long-term competitiveness of SMEs
Interviews & Viewpoints | Marc Carrel-Billiard, Global Senior Managing Director and Technology Innovation Lead, Accenture Labs: Interview from The Report: Philippines 2021
To what extent did the change in human behaviour triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic disrupt the digital and cultural transformation of corporations?
Articles & Analysis | Is the heightened demand for e-commerce in the Philippines here to stay? from The Report: Philippines 2021
In an effort to promote social distancing and restrict the movement of people during the Covid-19 pandemic, retailers selling hardware, clothing and electronics were mandated to close during the Philippines’ strictest lockdown phase. However, grocery and convenience stores, as well as delivery services, were deemed essential businesses and...
Articles & Analysis | What does a third telecoms provider mean for the Philippines? from The Report: Philippines 2021
The Philippine authorities have worked to develop the digital economy in recent years, prioritising strengthened internet service provision and a more competitive telecoms market. This proved to be fruitful after the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020, which saw an increased reliance on online services and digital technologies during...