The Asia Pacific (APAC) responses to a global survey —conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic and widespread lockdown orders —reveals that despite popular belief, digital transformation isn’t failing. In fact, only 2% of APAC respondents said their digital transformation efforts weren’t successful in any way.

In response to the 2020 global pandemic, organisations across APAC rose to the occasion. They rapidly transitioned operations and spun up modern, cloud-native apps to keep their businesses running—and provide much-needed support for employees and customers.

Technology market research firm Vanson Bourne, commissioned by VMware, surveyed 5,000 app developers (app devs), business decision makers (BDMs) and IT decision makers (ITDMs) from March-April 2020 across 17 countries globally. 1,650 of the respondents were from the APAC region.

The survey showed that successful digital transformation is only possible if businesses embrace a holistic approach across three key organisational pillars: people, process and technology.

Read the APAC press release here.

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View the Exec Summary of the APAC Research.

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