Understanding the DNA of DARQ
Blogs on 22nd April 2019
Published by Accenture Technology
FEBRUARY 7, 2019
- To compete and differentiate themselves in the post-digital era, companies will need to adopt a new set of emerging technologies.
- These new technologies will be an important catalyst for change in a world where every industry already has a large arsenal of digital tools.
- The key set of new tech is DARQ: distributed ledger technology (DLT), artificial intelligence (AI), extended reality (XR) and quantum computing.
That means embracing a group of emerging technologies to drive the next waves of innovation and growth. Specifically, they will need to master the set of new technologies we call DARQ: distributed ledger technology, artificial intelligence, extended reality and quantum computing.
Why DARQ matters
New technologies have always acted as catalysts for change. Why? Because they consistently deliver extraordinary new capabilities for businesses. Each of the four technologies that make up DARQ will be used individually by businesses across the economy to differentiate their products and services.
But collectively, the DARQ technologies will also power the innovation and opportunity uniquely associated with the coming post-digital era. As the business landscape transitions into a combination of digital natives and businesses well into their digital transformations, DARQ is the key that will open unimagined new pathways into the future.
of businesses are already experimenting with one or more DARQ technologies, expecting them to be key differentiators.
What DARQ will do
History has shown that when sets of technologies like these converge over a short period of time, they can spark a massive change, letting businesses reimagine entire industries. DARQ will have the same game-changing effects.
Companies already recognize the power of DARQ. Eighty-nine percent of businesses are currently experimenting with one or more DARQ technologies, expecting them to be key differentiators, and are substantially increasing their DARQ investments.
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