Digital disruption to drive revenue growth in 2019

  • Business
  • Saturday, 05 Jan 2019

Delay at your own peril: Curtis says digital transformation is not something that many companies can afford to delay.

HERE is what Franklin Templeton thinks about digital disruption in 2019: “As businesses look to engage with their customers in a more service-oriented and data-centric manner, there are significant investment opportunities in the leading digital transformation, platform companies, as well as technology vendors that enable their customers to digitally adapt and transform.”

Franklin Equity Group vice-president and portfolio manager Jonathan T. Curtis believes digital transformation should drive strong revenue and earnings growth across the technology sector for many years to come.

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