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IBM Launches Mainframe Skills Council with SHARE and Other Key Organizations to Support New Generations of Mainframe Talent

New data from The Futurum Group1 suggests that the mainframe skills pool is growing, with 65 percent of university leaders surveyed reporting more skilled mainframe talent available today as compared to the last 5 years According to The Futurum Group research, 91 percent of employer respondents said they are planning to hire talent for new mainframe positions in the next 1-2 years, investing in and growing their mainframe IT team 66 percent of organizations use third-party learning programs or platforms to support mainframe learning and talent development, according to new findings from The Futurum Group ORLANDO, Fla., March 6, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- IBM (NYSE: IBM) introduced the Mainframe Skills Council during this week's SHARE conference in Orlando, to provide a forum where global organizations will foster a skilled, diverse, sustainable workforce for the mainframe platform. In addition to IBM, the council includes organizations spanning IBM clients, IBM partners, academia, user groups, non-profits, and open communities that will collaborate to implement mainframe skills development solutions. Initial members include Academic Mainframe Consortium, Albany State University, Broadcom, DNB Bank, HOGENT, M&T Bank, Northern Illinois University, Rocket Software, SHARE, and 21CS. To learn more about mainframe skills, visit: http://ibm.biz/ztalent IBM Launches Mainframe Skills Council with SHARE and Other Key Organizations to Support New Generations of Mainframe Talent. "As the SHARE Premier Education and Technology Platform Provider in 2024, IBM is well-positioned to address today's technology skills challenges, something that every organization is grappling with as new innovation is unveiled," said Meredith Stowell, Vice President, IBM Z Ecosystem. "The mainframe community has been working to close the mainframe generational skills gap and we've seen substantial progress. The Mainframe Skills Council represents an exciting opportunity to build on these advancements and ignite the community to share experiences and create mainframe talent solutions that can grow with the platform." New research affirms industry efforts to increase mainframe skills  As today's businesses adapt to economic shifts in the market and new advances in technology, skills are a key part of success for every organization. According to a 2022 IBM Transformation Index: State of Cloud survey, 56 percent of companies surveyed have embraced a hybrid cloud operating model2. IBM Z, as a key part of many clients' hybrid cloud environments, provides a resilient, and agile IT platform to help drive clients' digital transformations. Mainframe skills will be particularly critical for the success of many businesses as they implement AI, modernize their applications, and focus on digital transformation.  New research from The Futurum Group, 2024 Global Mainframe Skills Report: Insights from Industry and Educational Experts, commissioned by IBM, Broadcom, and 21CS shows continued demand in mainframe talent as well as progress in growing the mainframe workforce as the mainframe community works together to build skills3. The survey highlighted a generational gap in mainframe skilling with an influx of early career talent, while calling attention to the existing demand for experienced mainframe professionals with 79 percent of respondents recruiting for mid-career mainframe positions and 51 percent recruiting for entry-level positions. In fact, in 2023, 32 percent of mainframe employers responding to the global survey hired 11-20 mainframe related roles and 35 percent hired more than 20 mainframe roles. In addition, 91 percent of employer respondents said they are planning to hire talent for new mainframe positions in the next 1-2 years, investing in and growing their mainframe IT teams. The survey results also underscored increased opportunities for mainframe job-seekers to learn and grow their skills regardless of where they are in their careers with 75 percent of responding university leaders indicating that their institution offers course curricula for students to learn mainframe skills and 83 percent of student respondents indicating they are learning mainframe skills through their university. Companies are also taking advantage of the community resources available in the market to find, train and develop mainframe talent. Sixty percent of mainframe employers surveyed report that they rely on non-traditional skills resources as a mainframe hiring or recruitment strategy, such as working with industry vendors on bootcamp, training, or apprenticeship programs. And mainframe employers who invest resources in the platform indicated they have less trouble finding skills, with 71 percent of companies, who invest at least $10 million in their mainframe environment, surveyed saying they sufficiently or fully met their hiring goals for mainframe system administrator roles in 2023. To help encourage growth in the mainframe industry and improve access to skills, IBM and many other industry vendors are working with universities, mainframe employers, online learning platforms, training providers, and workforce as well as community organizations to offer additional learning opportunities to help clients support their mainframe platform with a vibrant technical community. Mainframe Skills Council to inspire, connect, train, and grow mainframe talent "There is a significant and growing demand for skills training, apprenticeships, and networking opportunities in the tech space," says Kate Holterhoff, a senior analyst with RedMonk who specializes in IT and developer upskilling. "IBM's Mainframe Skills Council expands the range of options for individuals looking to reskill into a career as a mainframe professional." In addition to IBM offering training, industry-recognized digital badging4, academic community support, and non-traditional pathway programs, the broader IBM Z global community of universities, clients, user groups, and partners also provide mainframe skills solutions and insights. The Mainframe Skills Council brings together organizations to share experiences and collaboratively implement solutions to build a strong global workforce for the mainframe platform. The council will include working groups focused on career awareness, competency frameworks, learning paths, as well as professional development. Council goals include: Showcase a vibrant mainframe talent pool Align on common industry competency frameworks Share ideas and practices to enhance professional development Share education, training tools, and related resources to optimize overall mainframe career experience for professionals and leaders Increase mainframe employer adoption of proven skill initiatives and practices "We had a business challenge of a tenured mainframe workforce," said Gary Fusco, Engineering Director, M&T Bank. "We partnered with IBM and Franklin Apprenticeships to develop a mainframe skills education program at M&T. By about six months into the program, our apprentices were coding on COBOL and installing new products on the IBM Z platform."  IBM Z Skills Programs and Resources New today, IBM is introducing the IBM Z Mainframe Skills Depot, a comprehensive platform for accessing mainframe skills training. Learners can choose from specialized tracks tailored to roles such as System Administrator, Application Developer, or Modernization Architect and access over a thousand of hours of self-paced, no-charge, hands-on learning to earn industry-recognized digital badges. IBM offers additional non-traditional skills programs and resources beyond the classroom including the IBM Z Global Skills Accelerator and Apprenticeship program. With over 300 hours of learning, success coaching, on the job training, and mentorship, this program has enabled 83 global employers to skill up over 440 mainframe system administrators and application developers across 13 countries. In addition, the IBM Z Student Ambassador program provides leadership opportunities for students and supports mainframe student clubs on campuses at more than 95 universities worldwide. To connect mainframe talent to employers, IBM sponsors IBM Z Virtual Career Fairs around the world to bring together IBM clients, partners, and badged mainframe talent. To participate in the career fair as a job candidate or organization, please register here. Media Contact: Ashley PetersonIBM Communicationsashley.peterson@ibm.com Chase SkinnerIBM Communicationschase.skinner@ibm.com  1 Source: The Futurum Group global research conducted in 2024 commissioned by IBM, Broadcom, and 21CS. Those surveyed included mainframe professionals who are investing in the platform, mainframe students and university leaders. The report based on these findings is not currently available and will be published on The Futurum Group's website when available.2 Source: IBM Transformation Index: State of Cloud, pg 73 This 2024 global study surveyed mainframe professionals in companies with more than $400 million in annual revenue, IT students who are interested in mainframe careers, and university leaders from universities that offer mainframe learning opportunities in some form, to understand the mainframe skills landscape as it exists today.4 Digital badges are offered by IBM through online programs at no charge to the learner. Badges are earned by completing the program and represent a skill achievement acknowledged by the industry. IBM leverages the services of Credly, a 3rd party data processor authorized by IBM and located in the United States, to assist in the administration of the IBM Digital Badge program. All mainframe badges can be found here: https://www.credly.com/skills/ibm-z/related_badges   

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Omdia: In-cell touch TFT LCD displays in automotive CSD application will become dominant, reaching over 50% shipment share in 2025

LONDON, March 6, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- While shipment growth for touch displays used in automotive central stack displays (CSD) has slowed down in recent years, new Omdia research reveals that in-cell touch TFT LCD display shipments are still on the rise, reaching a notable 26.2 million in 2023. Accounting for a 35.1% shipment share in 2023, Omdia estimates this figure will soon exceed 50% in 2025. Touch display shipment shares by technology in automotive CSD application Due to its technical advantages, simplicity for integration, and increasing display ASPs, panel makers are aggressively promoting in-cell touch TFT LCD displays to customers. In-cell touch TFT LCD displays, which combine embedded touch sensors and the display itself, are quite popular as evidenced by the shipment share in smartphone applications that reached 55.2% in 2023, and 45.1% in tablet PC applications. Touch display shipments in automotive applications (mostly used for CSDs) have been rising, with shipment shares increasing from 11.7% in 2021 to 25% in 2022 and further to 35.1% in 2023. This growth trend is also threatening the survival of projected capacitive touch makers. Projected capacitive touch displays, which have separate touch sensors and display designs, accounted for 86% shipment share in 2021. Although projected capacitive touch still meets automotive requirements, the competition is eventually advantageous to panel makers and their in-cell touch TFT LCD displays. The growth is benefiting from sufficient display sources, simplifying supply chain, panel makers' capital or business scale, and the emerging smart cabin trend in automotive applications. The smart cabin trend also drives the need for larger automotive central stack displays, leading to an increase in in-cell touch TFT LCD display shipments. Display sizes larger than 10-inches (included) accounted for 37% of all touch display shipments in 2021, which grew to 58.5% in 2023. Most in-cell touch TFT LCD displays were larger than 10-inches, with shipments larger than 10-inches (included) accounting for 95.7% share of all in-cell touch TFT LCD display shipments in 2023. "Due to growth stagnation in smartphone and tablet PC applications, panel makers are targeting automotive applications as the next growth dynamic. This shift is evident in the overall touch display shipments for automotive applications, which reached 74.6 million in 2023," says Calvin Hsieh, Omdia Senior Research Manager for Displays. "Despite the slower than expected growth in 2024, in-cell TFT LCD display shipments will continue to grow, accounting for more than 50% shipment share in 2025," concludes Hsieh. Senior professionals from the display, consumer electronics and semiconductor industries are set to converge at the highly anticipated Taiwan Technology Conference from April 17-18, 2024, in Taipei, Taiwan where Calvin will present Omdia's latest displays research. Register here for your place. ABOUT OMDIA Omdia, part of Informa Tech, is a technology research and advisory group. Our deep knowledge of tech markets combined with our actionable insights empower organizations to make smart growth decisions.   Fasiha Khan Fasiha.khan@informa.com   

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Study Reveals Annual Cost of Financial Crime Compliance Totals $45 Billion in Asia Pacific

True Cost of Financial Crime Compliance Study Reveals Organizations Prioritizing Cost Reduction While Ensuring Regulatory Adherence Financial crime compliance costs have risen for 98% of APAC financial institutions Eighty-one percent (81%) of financial institutions prioritize cutting compliance costs in next 12 months Criminals are adopting cryptocurrencies and AI techniques for illicit activities HONG KONG, March 6, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- LexisNexis® Risk Solutions released the findings of its latest True Cost of Financial Crime Compliance Study – Asia Pacific. The commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting reveals that financial crime compliance costs increased for 98% of financial institutions in 2023. The total cost of financial crime compliance in the APAC study countries has reached U.S.$45 billion. Financial institutions (FIs) are seeking ways to reduce costs while complying with regulations, with 39% identifying the escalation of financial crime regulations and regulatory expectations as the primary factor driving increases in compliance costs. Eighty-one percent (81%) of FIs are prioritizing compliance program cost cutting in the next 12 months. The intensifying challenge of keeping up with the complex sanctions environment is leading financial institutions to confront a growing screening workload, resulting in an increase in the number of screening alerts at 79% of organizations. Key findings from the study: Technology costs are driving increases in expenses for financial institutions, emphasizing the substantial investment required to meet stringent compliance requirements. Specifically, 70% of organizations noticed rises in technology costs related to compliance/know-your-customer (KYC) software, while technology costs associated with networks, systems and remote work have increased at 74% of FIs. Seventy-five percent (75%) of APAC institutions cited labor costs as a primary driver of cost escalation. This emphasizes the investment needed in highly qualified compliance professionals to effectively address and fulfill stringent compliance requirements.  Cryptocurrencies, digital payments and AI technologies are emerging as tools for illicit activities. Organizations are grappling with the impact of these sophisticated criminal methodologies within an already complex regulatory landscape. When asked about the types of financial crime, FIs had observed significant increases of more than 20% in the past 12 months, with 23% having identified financial crime involving cryptocurrencies, while 23% reported heightened use of artificial intelligence (AI). "The cost of financial crime compliance is clearly rising for financial institutions across APAC which is being felt by teams across the compliance workflow," said Matt Michaud, Global Head of Financial Crime Compliance at LexisNexis Risk Solutions. "Skilled in-house compliance teams are essential, but businesses should be actively seeking ways to reduce labor costs while improving compliance efficiency. Criminals adapt quickly and FIs require a partner with advanced tools, data and analytics to not only keep pace but to stay ahead." The True Cost of Financial Crime Compliance Study – Asia Pacific compiles responses from 271 senior decision-makers responsible for financial crime compliance at financial institutions in the APAC region including Australia, China, India, Japan and Singapore. It highlights key pain points related to the cost, current state and challenges presented by financial crime compliance operations. Recommendations for combating financial crime: Balance compliance effectiveness with customer experience. Financial institutions are grappling to acquire and retain customers in the digital era. The winners will be those that can deliver seamless customer onboarding and transaction experiences. Striking a balance between customer experience and financial crime compliance efficiency involves streamlining KYC and onboarding processes, reducing false positives and allowing legitimate transactions to proceed without inconveniencing the customer. Embrace new technologies to counter emerging financial crimes. Criminals are increasingly using new technologies for their activities. In addition to deploying advanced AI- and ML-based compliance models, financial institutions should leverage privacy-preserving technologies and advanced analytics to swiftly identify new crime patterns to outpace cybercriminals and counter sophisticated financial crime. Employ compliance tools and analytics to manage costs and enhance efficiency. Labor costs rank highest in financial crime compliance spending. While in-house compliance teams with expertise are crucial, partnering with an experienced and proven technology provider will alleviate some labor costs and enhance compliance efficiency. To identify the right partner, organizations should focus on their future-fit capabilities, including proven expertise in digital financial services, ease of integration, robust data management, advanced analytics, lightweight software-as-a-service deployments and the ability to balance effectiveness with customer experience. Download the latest True Cost of Financial Crime Compliance Study – Asia Pacific. Methodology Forrester conducted a global online survey of 1,181 senior decision-makers at financial institutions to evaluate the cost, current state and challenges presented by financial crime compliance operations. The study began in May 2023 and was completed in June 2023. Two hundred and seventy-one (271) survey participants were from APAC, including Australia, mainland China, India, Japan and Singapore. The survey asked participants about organizational priorities, exposure to financial crime activities, financial crime spending and factors driving an increase in financial crime costs, challenges in compliance screening operations, the benefits of financial crime operations and future implementation plans. About LexisNexis Risk Solutions  LexisNexis® Risk Solutions harnesses the power of data, sophisticated analytics platforms and technology solutions to provide insights that help businesses across multiple industries and governmental entities reduce risk and improve decisions to benefit people around the globe. Headquartered in metro Atlanta, Georgia, we have offices throughout the world and are part of RELX (LSE: REL/NYSE: RELX), a global provider of information-based analytics and decision tools for professional and business customers. For more information, please visit risk.lexisnexis.com and www.relx.com. Media Contact: Sophia Kong +852 96064411 sophia@montiethsprg.com.hk Joyce Lee +852 9883 9321 joyce@montiethsprg.com.hk  

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Reeracoen Vietnam Unveils Comprehensive Survey Results on 2024 Hiring Trends

HO CHI MINH, Vietnam, March 6, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Reeracoen Vietnam, a leader in recruitment solutions, released the findings of its comprehensive survey delving into the hiring outlook, motivations and strategies of employers across Vietnam for 2024. The report offers a nuanced pulse of the country's evolving job market and emerging workforce trends by surveying 105 organisations in 30 industries, including booming sectors like Technology, Manufacturing, Finance, and Insurance. Notably, the Manufacturing and Technology sectors are experiencing rapid growth, driven by foreign investments and Vietnam's commitment to digital transformation. This growth reflects Vietnam's broader economic transition from traditional agricultural bases to more diversified sectors, including manufacturing, services, and construction, which aligns with the nation's goals for industrialisation and urbanisation. The survey reveals an optimistic hiring outlook for 2024, with 89.5% of respondents indicating plans to expand their workforce. Key highlights include: Pronounced Growth in Manufacturing, Technology: The survey encompassed Vietnam's thriving Manufacturing and Technology sectors, which are undergoing rapid transformation and emerging as dominant drivers of economic growth, fuelled by foreign investments and local expansion efforts. Buoyant Hiring Plans Amidst Global Uncertainty: Despite global economic headwinds, 89.5% of surveyed employers have concrete hiring intentions for 2024, with over 53% looking to onboard between 1 and 5 new employees. Additionally, 24.8% of employers anticipate hiring more than ten individuals, underpinning significant growth and expansion efforts across various sectors. Business Growth Driving Recruitment: Expanding operations is the dominant recruitment driver, cited by 56% of respondents. Filling vacancies and acquiring specialised skills also rank high among hiring motivations. Diversified Recruitment Strategies: Employers are exploring diverse sourcing channels, from digital platforms to internal mobility, to meet hiring needs. Notably, recruitment agencies are increasingly the go-to partners for their efficiency and access to talent. Integral Role of Recruitment Agencies: 72% of surveyed companies leveraged recruitment agency services in the past year to fill critical talent gaps, pointing to their value-add in an evolving job market. "The survey results validate our positive outlook for Vietnam's job market in 2024, with hiring intentions remaining strong across sectors," noted Mr Kosuke Soejima, General Director at Reeracoen Vietnam. "This reflects the vibrancy of the country's economy and the wealth of opportunities it presents for employers and job seekers." Mr Kosuke Soejima, General Director at Reeracoen Vietnam Echoing this sentiment, Mr Masato Sekine, Branch Manager, highlighted the strategic underpinnings of hiring trends, "The diversity in hiring motivations — from expanding operations to acquiring niche skills — illustrates the strategic workforce planning businesses are adopting to navigate the evolving market landscape. Our role as a recruitment partner is to enable seamless talent acquisition across these diverse needs." Reeracoen Vietnam's extensive network across key APAC cities and its rich database of locally-based professionals with high English proficiency — and over 10% possessing multilingual fluency — position the company as a formidable player in harnessing regional talent opportunities. To explore Reeracoen Vietnam's insights on 2024 hiring trends and workforce planning strategies, visit our website or connect with us on LinkedIn. Read more of our thought leadership and insights by visiting the Reeracoen Blog at https://www.reeracoen.com.vn/en/articles.  Mr Masato Sekine, Branch Manager at Reeracoen Vietnam About Reeracoen Vietnam Reeracoen Vietnam is one of Vietnam's leading recruitment agencies. We take pride in the solutions we provide to our partners, assisting job seekers in finding suitable employment and supporting business enterprises in talent acquisition. As part of the Neo Career group, Reeracoen pledges to deliver the same top-notch service quality across our ten offices in 6 Asian countries. For more information, visit https://www.reeracoen.com.vn. 

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CGTN: China vows to develop new quality productive forces in modernization drive

BEIJING, March 5, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- China saw the number of contracted technology transactions grow by 28.6 percent in 2023, an achievement that speaks volumes of the country's enhanced capacity for innovation-driven development. China will leverage the leading role of innovation, spur industrial innovation through advancements in science and technology, and press ahead with new industrialization, according to a government work report submitted on Tuesday to the national legislature for deliberation. Chinese Premier Li Qiang delivered the report at the opening meeting of the second session of the 14th National People's Congress in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. The report says that the country will strive to modernize the industrial system and develop new quality productive forces at a faster pace. Developing new quality productive forces With innovation leading the way, new quality productive forces mean going beyond the traditional models of economic growth. This path features high technology, high efficiency and high quality, and aligns with China's new development philosophy. In order to develop these new quality productive forces, the government work report lists a series of tasks. It calls for improving and upgrading industrial and supply chains besides cultivating emerging and future-oriented industries, such as hydrogen power, new materials, biomanufacturing, commercial spaceflight, quantum technology and life sciences. The report also says that innovative development of the digital economy will be promoted, an Artificial Intelligence Plus initiative will be launched, and the country will consolidate and enhance its leading position in industries such as intelligent connected new-energy vehicles. Moreover, China has set an economic growth target of around 5 percent for 2024 and vowed to promote high-quality development. It will issue ultra-long special treasury bonds annually over the next several years for implementing major national strategies and building up security capacity in key areas, starting with 1 trillion yuan of such bonds this year, according to the report. The report also stresses efforts for invigorating China through science and education and consolidating the foundations for high-quality development. China will speed up efforts to build a contingent of personnel with expertise of strategic importance and cultivate more first-class scientists and innovation teams. The country will develop platforms for identifying basic research talent, train high-performing engineers and highly-skilled workers, and enhance support for young scientists and engineers, according to the report. Acting on people-centered development philosophy China will make efforts to ensure and improve the people's welling and promote better and new ways of conducting social governance, the report says. It highlights that China will deliver real benefits to the people to their satisfaction by acting on the people-centered development philosophy. In 2023, China's per capita disposable income of residents increased by 6.1 percent, and over 66 million taxpayers benefited from an increase in the special additional deductions for individual income tax, which cover children nursing expenses, children's education and elderly care expenses, according to the report. In 2024, the country expects to create over 12 million jobs in urban areas and keep the surveyed urban unemployment rate at around 5.5 percent. China will also enhance ecological conservation and promote green and low-carbon development, including taking comprehensive steps to improve the environment and boosting the green and low-carbon economy, according to the report. In 2023, China's installed renewable energy capacity surpassed its thermal power capacity for the first time in history and it accounted for over half of newly installed renewable energy capacity worldwide, according to data released by the National Energy Administration. The country will advance the energy revolution and actively and prudently work toward peaking carbon dioxide emissions and achieving carbon neutrality, according to the report. https://news.cgtn.com/news/2024-03-05/China-s-top-legislature-starts-annual-session-1rImSPDg5EI/p.html

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Clarivate Reveals Top 100 Global Innovators 2024

New report introduces rankings for the first time; Samsung Electronics leads the list LONDON, March 5, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Clarivate Plc (NYSE: CLVT), a leading global provider of transformative intelligence, today revealed its 2024 list of Top 100 Global Innovators™ – organizations leading the world in technology research and innovation. For the first time, Clarivate ranked the top 100 organizations to provide a more defined view, as competition for exceptional patentable ideas grows more intense. New this year: This year, Clarivate is revealing the Top 100 Global Innovators 2024 ranking. The Top 100 Global Innovators are performing well above all other innovators globally. Each of these companies and research institutions have invested in innovation with conviction and consistency. Their work crosses disciplines and industries, and shapes future direction. Rank Top 100 Global Innovators 2024 1 Samsung Electronics 2 Canon 3 Honda 4 Toyota 5 Seiko Epson Geographical spread: Ten countries and regions are identified in this year's list – two less than last year. Japan maintains its position as the biggest contributor of Top 100 entities with 38 organizations named followed by the United States with 17, two less than in 2023. Asia continues to extend its leadership in the global innovation ecosystem with 62 organizations listed in 2024, four more than in 2023. Taiwan has 11 organizations named, South Korea has eight, three more than in 2023, and Mainland China five, one more than last year. In Europe, Germany has seven organizations named, France has six, Switzerland has four, Netherlands has three and Sweden has one. Industry sectors: Industrial segments have increased representation in this year's list, a trend seen in last year's report. Industrial systems saw a significant increase (+4) alongside Semiconductors (+2) and Software, media, and fintech (+1). However, momentum has not been uniform, with decreases observed across several segments this year. Chemicals and materials declined (-3), as did Industrial conglomerates (-2). Gordon Samson, President, Intellectual Property, Clarivate, said, "To feature as a Top 100 Global Innovator is no mean feat as maintaining an edge in the innovation ecosystem is harder than ever. Organizations must balance experimentation and risk with discipline and reward. We measure and rank innovative performance in a dynamic and thorough way, using live thresholds of differentiation. At Clarivate, we think forward by analyzing the quality of ideas, their potency and their impact to identify the world's top innovators, and this year we're revealing the ranking of these innovators for the first time." Other key findings from the 2024 report include: Two companies awarded Top 100 status for the first time: Taiwan electronics company Coretronic and Japan precision tool manufacturer Disco. Three companies re-enter the Top 100: Tencent, Daikin Industries, and Zeiss. 18 all-time recipient organizations retained Top 100 Global Innovator status: Samsung Electronics, Honda, Toyota, GE, LG Electronics, Panasonic, Sony, Hitachi, Toshiba, Ericsson, Qualcomm, Dow, Fujitsu, Boeing, Shin-Etsu Chemical, Honeywell, NEC, and Roche. A look at the bigger picture, based on the Top 1,000 entities, suggests continued growth in the Asia-Pacific region. Innovators in Mainland China, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea are predicted to improve their average rankings. Based on predictions from the Top 1,000 organizations, the government and academic research segment will significantly contribute to applied innovation. To build the Top 100 Global Innovators 2024 report, the Clarivate Center for IP and Innovation Research™ measures the quality of ideas, their potency and their effect. To achieve this, we combine modern analytical architecture with over 60 years of experience from Derwent World Patents Index™ (DWPI™) and Derwent Patent Citation Index™. Learn more about Top 100 Global Innovators 2024 here. Methodology The Top 100 Global Innovators uses a complete comparative analysis of global invention data to assess the strength of every patented idea, using measures tied directly to their innovative power. To move from the individual idea strength to identify the organizations that create them more consistently and frequently, Clarivate sets two threshold criteria that potential candidates must meet and then adds a measure of their patented innovation output over the past five years.For full information on the methodology used to identify the 2024 list, see here. About Clarivate Center for IP and Innovation Research™Combining more than 60 years of intellectual property experience, the Clarivate Center for IP and Innovation Research empowers organizations worldwide to excel by providing expert guidance grounded in pioneering benchmarks and data-driven insights. Bringing together senior practitioners, consultants and data analysts, the Center performs research to establish and disseminate benchmarks that guide management and strategy. It works with legal, IP and innovation leaders to optimize IP operations and technology and improve IP decision-making, supported by industry-leading data, analytics and proven practices. About ClarivateClarivate™ is a leading global provider of transformative intelligence. We offer enriched data, insights & analytics, workflow solutions and expert services in the areas of Academia & Government, Intellectual Property and Life Sciences & Healthcare. For more information, please visit www.clarivate.com Media contactSofía NoguésSenior External Communications Managernewsroom@clarivate.com

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