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    Slides Booklet 02.12.2016

    The B2C E-Commerce market in Italy

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    B2C eCommerce continues to grow in 2016: +18% with a turnover of nearly 20 billion euros. The penetration of eCommerce on total Retail purchases rose to 5%. This result is partially satisfactory, since also in 2016 we haven’t recovered market share with respect to the main international markets comparable to ours (UK, France and Germany), where eCommerce penetration is two to four times higher. The Report provides the value of the eCommerce B2c market, the value of Export, the value of Import, and the penetration rate of eCommerce B2c, both overall and detailed by market sector. Additionally, the report shows a snapshot of the Italian supply market and identifies major areas of innovation.
    Observatory eCommerce B2c
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    Report 02.12.2016

    Omnichannel Retail: an evolution path towards integrated use of physical and online channels

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    The report describes possible ways of getting to Omnichannel Retail by analysing 7 different innovation macro-areas and highlighting major change drivers and main barriers to the development of omnichannel projects.
    Observatory Digital Innovation in Retail
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    Infographics 29.11.2016

    HR Business Enabler: data, technologies and skills to leverage human resources

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    One of the main, high priority challenges that HR professionals must face in 2016 is managing company reorganizations, reported by over half of the interviewed sample (52%), followed by the need to increase worker motivation and satisfaction (39%), by searching for new roles and skills (34%), and employer branding and new talents attraction (34%). Also growing, compared to last year, is the need to organize Smart Working initiatives focused on revising work models: 1 HR management office out of 3 considers this theme highly relevant.
    Observatory HR Innovation Practice
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    Report 07.11.2016

    Evolution of the Digital Innovation in Healthcare

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    After years of delays and lack of attention, Digital Healthcare appears to have finally taken an important position within Government action plans. Furthermore, in 2014 all healthcare system organizations were granted an increase of their digital innovation budgets, with an estimated overall value of 1.37 billion euros. This, however, is insufficient: achieving a “Smart Healthcare System” requires the implementation of the eHealth Journey, that identifies priority areas of intervention and innovation within a consistent organization and technological model evolution roadmap.
    Observatory Digital Innovation in Health Care
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    Infographics 14.10.2016

    Digital Tourists race …. Deals chase

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    Digital innovation is transforming tourism, and Tourists all over the world are more connected and interactive. How can Tourist behaviour be changed? And what about Business Traveller behaviour? Is the offering keeping up with current changes? Will new Big Players have an increasingly relevant role?
    Observatory Digital Innovation in Tourism
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    Report 03.10.2016

    Push Notifications: Objectives and Reference Players

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    The growing number of Mobile devices around the world and the increasing time spent by smartphone users online opens the doors for companies to find new ways for contacting their customers. In this landscape, push notifications are a strategic communication tool to reach mobile users.
    Observatory Mobile B2c Strategy
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    Report 22.09.2016

    Supply chain finance: opportunities in the italian market?

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    A big gap is existing between real world of business and financial word and this is an issue especially for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), looking for new liquidity and credit access opportunities. But which are the main exisiting Supply Chain Finance solutions? Which is the real value of Supply Chain Finance market in Italy? Which are the main providers and which is the Italian situation compaired to other countries?
    Observatory Supply Chain Finance
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    Report 28.07.2016

    Internet Media: market scenario, current dynamics and opportunities for Media Companies

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    After years of contraction, in 2015 the Italian Media market shows a moderate growth, closing at 15.3 billion euros, in line with 2014 results. The highest growth is registered by Internet Media with nearly 2.3 billion euros, but what are the main current market phenomena and trends?
    Observatory Internet Media
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    Infographics 21.06.2016

    Digitalizating the Industry: Work in Progress in Italy

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    the Smart Manufacturing market in 2015 is worth nearly 10% of overall industry investments and expected growth in 2016 is 20%. Over 600 applications censed in Italy equal to +30% from last year: primarily Industrial IoT and Industrial Analytics technologies.
    Observatory Industry 4.0
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    Infographics 16.06.2016

    Digital Transformation: b2b or not to be?

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    Companies that migrated their invoices to digital storage by the end of 2015 are 650k. Businesses electronically transacted with other businesses an overall value of 260 billion euros, just under 10% of B2b trade dealings of the country, which in Italy amounts to 2,700 billion.
    Observatory Electronic Invoicing and Dematerialisation
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    Infographics 04.05.2016

    Digital Healthcare: no longer fantasy, not yet fact

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    In a context where healthcare expenditure is among the lowest in Europe and is a real cost destined to increase in the future, investments to digitalize Italian Healthcare in 2015 amount to 1.34 billion euros, or 1.2% of public healthcare expenditure, approximately 22 euro per resident, with hardly any variation compared to 2014. Main areas in which healthcare organizations have invested are the Electronic Medical Record (EMR), with an overall cost of 64 million euros and a slight increase from 2014, and front-end systems that at 61 million euros register an over 60% increase from 2014.
    Observatory Digital Innovation in Health Care
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    Infographics 20.04.2016

    Online Gambling in Italy: more legal, more mobile than ever

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    Increasingly “mobile”, very high-tech, with a strong inclination towards casino games and bets, and 50 euros a month spent on average. It’s the online player profile traced by the Politecnico di Milano 2015/16 Observatory Research on Online Gaming performed in collaboration with Agenzia delle Dogane e Monopoli (Customs and Monopoly Agency) and Sogei.
    Observatory Online Gaming
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    Slides Booklet 15.04.2016

    Internet of Things for the Smart City: state of the art and strategies to overcome Implementation Barriers

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    In this report, we will provide an overview of the main Smart City projects in Italy and outline the primary directions of progress. We will analyse the barriers that hinder initiatives of this kind from being adopted and try to show how these can be conquered. We will examine the synergy between these programmes and projects for the new connected gas meters (Smart Metering).
    Observatory Internet of Things
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    Infographics 15.04.2016

    Internet of Things: the future is already here!

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    The growth rate of the Internet of Things market in Italy is excellent, reaching 2 billion euros at the end of 2015. Still too soon to say it has “exploded”, but “turning point” conditions are all in place.
    Observatory Internet of Things
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    Infographics 22.03.2016

    Business professionals: would you start a practice nowadays?

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    Imagining digital innovation as a train that moves at different speeds between different stations allows the use of a metaphor to explain what is happening in the business legal professions world. Some firms bought the ticket planning the journey in advance (14%), others, though they decided quickly and at the last minute (11%), boarded the train even if with too much luggage for their destination, others yet are fine where they are but don’t know what to do (27%,) because they are aware of the need to look at new things; finally, nearly half the entire population (48%), does not have the necessary financial and cultural resources to embark on a journey to a still unclear destination.
    Observatory Professionals & Digital Innovation
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