The so-called data economy is surging around the world, but perhaps nowhere more so than in Asia-Pacific, where the consumption behaviour of huge populations is transforming industry on an unprecedented scale. As many Asia-Pacific economies have weathered the covid-19 pandemic better than their Western counterparts, they are poised to maintain their leading position in the global datasphere for the foreseeable future.
The rapidly-evolving data landscape is the subject of a recent survey, conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit. It finds that, with a strong culture of data management, development and sharing, organisations within the region are consolidating their already strong global position in data management and utilisation.
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