USA: KPMG global study: New e-business strategies will drive restructuring of consumer markets companies
According to a global business study from KPMG International, the professional services organization, consumer markets executives expect e-business strategies to dramatically alter the organizational structure of their companies.Almost half (46 percent) of the consumer markets executives surveyed say their companies need to reorganize according to customer needs rather than internal functions or divisions in order for their e-business strategy to succeed.
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