The road to digital change is challenging, especially for the transportation and logistics industry that can’t bear the IT load to move forward. Legacy systems and the complexities of new applications and processes are leaving many in these industries on the roadside, making digital transitions difficult.

Approaching the highway of digital transformation, transportation and logistics enterprises must accelerate to keep pace with customer demand while reshaping the way they operate to remain competitive.

To find out how this sector expects to drive forward with IT change, we gathered survey results from the IT front line, asking questions like:

  • How receptive are they to implementing new technology?
  • What barriers do they face internally to make IT changes?
  • What benefits do they hope to achieve through digital transformation?
  • How will they prepare employees to take advantage of technological advancements?

Our infographic profiles the answers from these and other questions, providing an insider view of what the transportation and logistics sector is thinking and doing about digital transformation. If your company is in the slow lane when it comes to implementing new technology, contact us to pick up the pace of innovation.

1Research conducted by Vanson Bourne on behalf of Sungard Availability Services and questioned IT decision makers (715) and wider business employees (1400) from across the US, Canada, UK, France, Sweden and Ireland.

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