Insight Category: Business & Technology Strategy

In the midst of a global pandemic, millions of people have experienced telehealth with a virtual exam for the first time this year.  I did.  It was enlightening.  I completed my patient intake online, waited in the virtual lobby for a few minutes, had a quick introductory consultation with my doctor, and I was done. …

Economic disruptions like the Coronavirus demonstrate the growing need for the digitization of critical business functions. Liberty Advisor Group explores how to transform into a more resilient company.

During the COVID-19 crisis, Liberty continues to partner with our clients to help them create collaborative, virtual workspaces while ensuring they protect and secure their businesses.

As the coronavirus expands globally, Liberty provides an update on the current state and steps Liberty recommends your business takes today.

As the Coronavirus continues to impact businesses globally, Liberty recommends that companies outline a business continuity plan for their employees. In this article, Liberty outlines Four Critical Steps to protect your employees and business.

Across our clients in our Financial Services practice, Liberty saw three major trends in the financial services sector in 2019, and forecast these to continue into 2020: increased consumer credit, end-to-end digitization, and conversational commerce. Trend 1: Increasing Consumer Credit and Emerging Signs of Trouble Even though the economy has been strong, with unemployment at…

The consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry is changing rapidly. With new technologies shifting the way consumers shop and companies do business, there is a growing demand for CPG companies to accomplish more with less and drive business value using technology and data. Innovations in technology are driving new expectations and behaviors among today’s consumers. To…

The approach to delivering disruptive hi-tech automotive products and features in today’s business environment has dramatically changed over the last decade. It is no longer sufficient for OEMs and suppliers to solely rely on traditional product management and engineering capabilities to win in the marketplace.

The operational potential of a blockchain-based decentralized ecosystem is something every enterprise should explore mindfully.

Why will using blockchain prove more effective than using a normal database? Satisfying that query will signal that blockchain’s role will be more than a curiosity.