According to a survey by CPA Australia, Singaporean businesses were more likely to adopt technologies and develop a long-term technology strategy than their Asian region counterparts in the past 12 months.

The survey findings, documented in CPA Australia’s 2021 Business Technology Report, revealed that over the next year, around 70% of high-growth businesses in Singapore plan to invest in data analytics and visualisation software, while just over half will put money in business intelligence software. Singapore’s businesses are also the most likely to invest in robotic process automation (RPA).

CPA Australia surveyed 725 professionals across industries in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia and Singapore. Respondents were asked about the past and expected technology use of their business, as well as its past and expected financial performance. 

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