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The Blockchain Opportunity
Quocirca is the print industry’s leading source of independent market insight and advisory services. We provide unparalleled insight into new and emerging technologies and new business models, focusing on how industry players must adapt to changing market conditions.
Quocirca’s mission is to drive industry change by equipping our print industry and technology clients with the critical insight needed to embrace new opportunities and strengthen their competitive position.
Quocirca offers presentations, seminars and workshops. We work with various stakeholder groups to deliver insightful commentary on the rapid evolution and convergence of the print and digital worlds.
At this critical stage in the lifecycle of blockchain, it’s important to look at how it can help achieve specific business goals. Our latest report, The Blockchain Opportunity, takes a balanced look at where it can add value and solve industry issues and also examines barriers to adoption and challenges to be faced.
At its Investor Day on the 5th February in New York, the company discussed its commitment to simplify its operations, instil a culture of continuous improvement, invest in areas of growth and capitalise on new and adjacent market opportunities. Can Xerox reinvent itself and make the transformation needed to reclaim its place as an industry icon, or will inertia continue to hinder its efforts?
Data breaches are rarely out of the headlines and compliance pressure, such as the introduction of GDPR, means security remains high on the corporate agenda. Cyber threats and data breaches are no longer the sole domain of the IT department, they must be considered at board level as the repercussions are simply too big to ignore.