There are two types of companies in today’s modern economy: those that have digital technologies and are getting by; and those that are sharply focusing digital solutions to accelerate their place in the market.

In a recent Harvard Business Review article, James Manyika, Gary Pinkus and Sree Ramaswamy presented an analysis of the digital phenomenon, observing that there is a direct correlation between savvy digital adoption and heightened corporate innovation and performance. They identify the two worlds as the “haves” and the “have-mores.”

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