Research Study conducted for The Mail on Sunday between 18 - 20 August 1998
European companies are harnessing the true potential of the internet according to a MORI study released today. The study commissioned by Cisco Systems reveals that around half the companies surveyed who have internet access claim significant increases in productivity and efficiency as a result of applying the internet to their overall business strategy.
Cohn & Wolfe commissioned MORI to produce this study as part of a strategy to promote the work of Deloitte Consulting in euro-related projects. This specific project is intended to generate brand publicity on a pan-European basis and demonstrate expertise and insight into the implications of the euro's introduction.
Feeling threatened? You're not alone. Confusion and mistrust reigns in the countdown to the millennium
Four out of five people who say they are likely to take out a Personal Equity Plan (PEP) before the April 5th deadline will be opting for a PEP to grow their capital over the long term, according to research by MORI Financial Services for Marks & Spencer Financial Services (M&SFS). Despite the income frenzy with falling interest rates the M&SFS research reveals that long term capital growth remains the aim for the majority of potential PEP investors.
Survey Reveals Increasing Take Up Of E-Commerce
New Survey Looks At Student Life
Two thirds of Britain's PC users would swap their keyboard for a microphone according to MORI findings issued today. The research, conducted by MORI on behalf of IBM Speech Systems, found that even skilled touch typists would prefer to talk rather than type.
Two years have now passed since William Hague was elected leader of the Conservative Party, in the immediate aftermath of the 1997 election defeat. It has certainly been a period of considerable change for the Tories, with the organisation having to grapple with the unfamiliar day-to-day role of being a party of opposition rather than of government. At the same time, there has been the urgent need to take stock and consider the implications of Tony Blair's victory, as well as to look at the party's structure and finances.