Research from Expereo has found that businesses’ ambitions to work globally are hindered by technology-related challenges. The research found that nearly half of CIOs (46%) said that their organisation is planning to deliver global growth in the next 12 months by expanding into new markets and that 47% of respondents identified establishing and managing global connectivity as the most critical factor in ensuring success when it comes to that global expansion. However, more than a third (37%) said that effectively establishing connectivity in new regions is one of the major challenges in their role and, in fact, their organisation. The research canvassed 650 CIOs in global organisations with a more than £500 million turnover.
“Global connectivity is critical to business growth but evidently many organisations are still unnecessarily struggling,” said Ben Elms, Expereo’s chief revenue officer, “Our refreshed brand identity and go-to-market strategy reflects how we see our partnership with our customers, suppliers and partners – a bridge to move our business to the future and in turn, help to accelerate our customers’ businesses to the future. We’ve helped global businesses adapt to dynamic market conditions and changing technology trends for over 19 years. In today’s world our knowledge and experience is more important than ever as companies look to de-risk their digital transformation.”
He added, “ We hope that our own journey of fast global growth and transformation shows that we understand the challenges enterprises face, and reinforces our position as a trusted partner; one who not only has a comprehensive solution set and continues to innovate, but whose global footprint, proven track record and total customer-centric approach makes us an obvious choice for any global enterprise seeking a flexible, agile, secure and high-performing internet connectivity solution.”