Public technology adoption

While in a recent B2B technology survey of 455 U.S.-based companies that span nine verticals, ABI Research finds that more than 50% of government respondents say that public technology adoption should be stimulated, managed, and aggregated at the local or city level, it is clear that, Lack of funding and/or lack of skills; lack of awareness; a lack of real or perceived value in terms of hard cost savings versus soft citizen benefits is a deep reality.
In terms of technology priorities, we can talk about smart infrastructure and e-government are top technology priorities, followed by smart mobility, smart grid, and smart transportation.


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