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March 19, 2019
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How TMT companies can catch the next wave when future markets donít yet exist

Against a backdrop of profound disruption and uncertainty, companies are wrestling with the challenge of knowing what the future will look like and the impact it will have. The dilemma is arguably greatest for companies in the technology, media & entertainment and telecommunications (TMT) sector, which is spearheading disruption on the one hand while being exposed to new entrant disruptors on the other. To thrive in an increasingly connected world, TMT companies need to capitalize on 5G technology and other advanced innovations, including artificial intelligence, blockchain, the cloud and robotic process automation. To succeed, they will need to use these technologies in bold new ways, integrating them into platforms that provide a basis for robust and swift decision-making. Greg Cudahy, EY Global Technology, Media & Entertainment and Telecommunications (TMT) Sector Leader, provides details.

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