We are just a few years away from a world where a new form of computing will make the currently impossible, possible. This is the promise of Quantum Computing, which by delivering previously unimaginable leaps forward in processing power, could open the door to new possibilities in transforming existing business operations and creating new growth opportunities, that are well out of the reach of classical computing.
Quantum Computing has become a huge area of interest for businesses, with multinationals in different industries such as Airbus, BASF, Boeing and RBS making major investments in Quantum research projects or partnerships in recent months. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has stated that Quantum Computing will beone of the technologies that will “shape the world” in the coming years.
In order to better understand how business leaders are tackling the challenge of process optimization, teknowlogy Group partnered with Fujitsu to interview more than 300 senior executives at enterprises in North America, the UK and Ireland, Germany, Spain and the Nordic region. This report explores how boardroom leaders are looking to transform the under-performing parts of their business, and their current attitudes towards the potential of Quantum Computing. How well do they understand this topic, and how do they plan to harness it within their own organization? Do they see Quantum Computing as a game changer for their company or, indeed their industry sector, and when do they expect it to have an impact? The report offers recommendations on steps that organizations can take today to ensure that they are able to harness both current and future solutions to help the critical moving parts of their business flourish in a digital age.