The 10 Ways to Succeed in the Digital World

Chopra, Anil
October 2015
PC Quest;Oct2015, p8
The article discusses certain things every business must do to succeed in the digital world. First of all, businesses need a great new idea nobody else has thought of in order to enter the digital world. They need analytics to track the changes in mobile devices, consumer behavior and rising Internet penetration brought by the rapid growth in electronic commerce.


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