KPMG reports on the state of energy and chemicals industry digital transformation, automation, artificial intelligence, and machine learning
In May and June 2022, KPMG U.S. surveyed 1,052 U.S.-based, executive-level technology leaders across eight broad industry sectors. The 2022 KPMG U.S. Technology Survey Report covers the current state of their organization’s digital transformation journey, the challenges they are facing along that journey and their planned technology investments. This Energy and chemicals industry insights report highlights the most significant differences in the survey findings for the 100 technology leaders in the energy and chemicals sector relative to all sectors represented in the survey.
Our survey of technology leaders in the energy and chemicals industry reveals that they are well behind their peers in other sectors when it comes to making use of and generating value from digital technologies. More than any other industry, those in energy and chemicals companies are inclined to cite the high cost of purchasing and implementing new systems (and adding the necessary talent) as a significant impediment to digital technology adoption.
Percentage who say they’re proactive in progressing against their strategy and continually evolving in the following areas:
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