Discover Altman Solon's strategy for digital publishers to navigate the rise of generative AI and maximize digital content monetization.
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Altman Solon survey: nearly a quarter of tech firms report using generative AI for software development, with significant growth across business functions over next year
Nearly one-in-four U.S. technology firms say they currently use generative AI tools to boost software development, with significant growth in adoption across major business functions predicted over the next year, according to a new survey of senior technology executives by global strategy consulting firm Altman Solon.
Enterprises that want to adopt generative AI tools face more complex choices compared to when they adopt well-established enterprise Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions. How a company opts to develop and deploy generative AI tools brings tradeoffs across security, tool customization, licensing fees, deployment costs, scalability, time to deploy, and availability of internal skillsets.
This insight explores how generative AI tools impact strategic business functions: software development, marketing, customer service, product management and product design.
Audio & Video over Internet Protocol (AVoIP) reduces barriers to entry for broadcasting live events by reducing costs and simplifying on-site operations, according to a new report from Altman Solon.
From TV and broadcast companies to over-the-top services, infrastructure system integrators to cable, satellite, and telecom providers, more broadcasters are turning to AVoIP technology to meet heightened consumer demands and increase output.
Sports is a growing global enterprise, with sports leagues competing to grow their fan base internationally. Increasingly, the competition has left the pitch and entered the financial realm, with investors looking to tap into the global sports boom.
Altman Solon Report: Virtual Production Helps Filmmakers and Studios Collaborate, Meet Deadlines, & Cut Costs
Virtual Production (VP) in the film and TV industries continues gaining traction, with a new Altman Solon report showing that the industry experts surveyed are using VP on 40 percent of their current projects.
Promising faster production schedules, lower costs, and the ability to connect with talent from across the globe, Virtual Production tools are gaining favor among production executives in the U.S. and U.K. Altman Solon's 2022 Global Film & Video Production Report offers insight into the use of Virtual Production, benefits and challenges to leveraging VP, and considerations for organizations integrating these tools into future projects.