Trends 2014: Staffing And Hiring For eBusiness
Our Annual Benchmark Of eBusiness Team Sizes And Job Functions
May 15, 2014
Why Read This Report
In our annual organizational and staffing survey of eBusiness and channel strategy professionals, we found that while eBusiness budgets and team sizes are growing, finding the skills and capabilities to execute on a digital strategy is becoming harder and harder. Staffing is most painful for the roles of technology, customer experience, and business analytics — all critical functions for driving digital transformation in the age of the customer. In this report, we outline average eBusiness team sizes and segment that analysis by overall company revenue, overall company employee count, and online revenue. We also discuss the functional areas in which eBusiness professionals are most understaffed and those they find hardest to hire for.
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Table of Contents
- Digital Transformation Drives Headcount Growth For eBusiness Teams
- Digital Excellence Requires Increased Collaboration
- Supplemental Material
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