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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced corporate leaders to recalibrate their priorities. With commerce increasingly taking place online because of factors such as physical distancing, companies must rethink what customers want and how to deliver it to them.

Crises often come with opportunities. An interesting finding from a survey conducted by KPMG is that the pandemic has given many CEOs a rare opportunity and urgency to expedite digital transformation for their companies. About 75 percent of the global CEOs we surveyed say the pandemic has accelerated the creation of a seamless

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