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A new study explores the financial, operational and strategic benefits of digital transformation, identifying ways that next-gen technologies create value for companies and analyzing the biggest challenges companies face with adoption and implementation.

The 2022 Broadridge Digital Transformation and Next-Gen Technology Study is based on interviews with C-level executives from 750 firms worldwide, focusing on subsectors in financial services and health care. Of respondents, 47% came from North America, 28% from Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and 25% from Asia. Broadridge, which partnered with Thoughtlab Group on the survey, generated a digital transformation maturity score for every firm, dividing respondents into four categories ranging from beginners to leaders.

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