Thursday
February 7
2019

India most digitally mature country, finds Dell Technologies study

By Anand J

India has emerged as the most digitally mature market in the world, according to a study by Dell Technologies. India secured a score of 58, which is higher than the average score of 50 for emerging economies.

India was followed by Brazil and Thailand in the study, according to Dell’s biannual Digital Transformation Index survey which took responses from more than 4,600 business leaders of medium and large enterprises across 40 countries.

The study reported a higher average digital maturity score of 50 for emerging countries while developed countries reported a score of 44. Japan, Denmark, France, Belgium and Singapore were the least digitally mature economies.

Photo courtesy of Meena Kadri.

Source: TechCircle (link opens in a new window)

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