What is the impact of digital innovation on your organization?

The waste management industry is less than enthusiastic about the success of its digital transformation so far. This is especially true for the application of new technologies, with most companies giving themselves a failing grade, according to our survey respondents within municipalities and private sector companies across Europe and the US. So, what next steps should these organizations take?

AMCS researched digital innovation for you and with you

More than 80% of participants believe that digital innovation is important for the success of the business. Outdated legacy IT systems, implementing paperless operations and a culture that is not open to change are seen as the biggest barriers. For our Digital Transformation Barometer, we designed an international survey to discover how successful companies are using technology to radically improve their performance. What we found: there are five elements that are critical to digital success.

Benchmark findings

Some 60% of the organizations we surveyed gave themselves a grade of ‘unsatisfactory’ for their progress in the application of new technologies. Using the results of the research, we developed the Waste Management Digital Transformation Model to help organizations take the next steps toward making the digital transformation a success.

Interested in what your own next steps in the digital transformation might be? Download the benchmark rapport to find out!

How would your organization score on digital transformation?

Not yet taken part but curious to know how your own company would rank against others in the waste management and recycling industry? Take our 10-minute survey and find out! Simply fill out the questionnaire and, at the end, you will receive your personal benchmark comparison to the rest of the industry. It’s a perfect way to discover where there’s room for improvement!


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