Hong Kong organizations are lagging behind in cultivating a data-driven culture for improving their business performance, according to a new survey.
The survey, conducted by US Tableau Software and IDC, interviewed 700 organizations in seven Asia-Pacific countries and regions to gauge their data readiness index (DRI). Data readiness is defined as an organization’s capability to make data central to their business through widespread adoption of analytics.
Hong Kong ranks fifth out of the seven markets with an average DRI score of 2.67, indicating that Hong Kong organizations are in the developing band and skew toward the lower end.
The original report is here behind a registration wall: https://www.tableau.com/learn/whitepapers/apac-data-readiness