Nearing the close of a year that has been anything but normal, Nucleus Research today looked ahead to 2021, unveilings its analysts' Top 10 Technology Predictions for the coming year. In this, the 17th edition of the firm's countdown of tech's projected winners and losers for the coming year, Nucleus looks into the pandemic's long-term impact on in-person office spaces and traditional technology hubs as well as the prospects for low-code development platforms and planning solutions and calls for the rebranding of CRM to CX.
"Our 2021 predictions reflect the latest trends that we expect will impact our clients in the coming year," said Ian Campbell, CEO of Nucleus Research. "After a tumultuous year filled with a series of unexpected events, we expect that 2021 will see many of the long-term technology and business implications of the pandemic come to fruition. Based on our analysis of market forces and end user experiences, our Top 10 predictions have an accuracy record of over 94 percent and help our clients make better decisions each year."
Nucleus Research's top 10 predictions for 2021 look at opportunities and pitfalls based on the numbers that drive business. Publishing more ROI case studies than any other research firm in the industry, Nucleus works closely with thousands of end-user customers to provide an accurate picture of tomorrow's trends through a numbers-driven approach.
For the past 17 years, Nucleus' annual technology predictions have been 94 % accurate - unmatched by any other leading technology prognosticator - based on the firm's analysis and application of historical data.
Nucleus' predictions for 2021 include:
About Nucleus Research
Nucleus Research is a global provider of investigative, case-based technology research and advisory services. The company's ROI-focused research approach provides unique insight into the actual results technology solutions deliver, allowing organizations to cut through marketing hype to understand real operational value and select or renew the best technology solution for their environment. For more information, visit NucleusResearch.com.
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