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The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting millions of people and disrupting thousands of businesses worldwide. To keep businesses running it’s more important than ever to be agile and to build new momentum that respects the new reality of their industry. Organizations continuously try to remain relevant. This requires adaptation to changes not only today, but also tomorrow. Change is the only constant.
Constant change asks for scenario-thinking, exploring several paths and craft a digital strategy based on preparing for the future. We believe that future winners in the digital economy will be those that can deliver on one key insight: put technology in the background and focus on customers rst.
Cognizant can bring together digital strategy, deep industry knowledge, human sciences, experience design and technology expertise to help companies design, build and scale digital business solutions. Cognizant has both the expertise and experience with digital transformation. Together with clients we can explore tomorrow’s opportunities.
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