Automotive manufacturers and suppliers have teamed to significantly increase car features and safety, but these improvements have not registered on the industry's bottom line, according to new research conducted by Accenture, in collaboration with the Center for Automotive Research (CAR).
Significantly greater coordination between the government and private industry is required to adequately protect the nation’s technology and communications infrastructure from future terrorist attacks, an Accenture official told members of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation’s Subcommittee on Science, Technology and Space.
Customers are the number one priority for executives in 2002 and outsourcing non-core business functions such as manufacturing remains a key strategy for growth among executives, according to an Accenture study. These are among the key findings in a survey of 150 high-level executives of Fortune 1000 companies that Accenture conducted to gauge business leaders’ outlooks on 2002.
Despite forecasts of gloom, holiday shoppers are planning to spend the same amount as they did last year, according to new Accenture research. Shoppers hope to spend their holiday dollars on sale items, and most will turn to physical stores as their first choice of shopping venue.
Nearly three quarters of the marketing executives in the U.S. and the U.K. say that their company is unable to measure a marketing campaign’s Return On Investment (ROI), according to a study released by Accenture
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