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Think:Act Ideas for Action

While today's computers can handle one calculation at a time, quantum computers can do multiple calculations based on quantum states simultaneously – much faster and more efficiently than a classical system. That has the potential to spur breakthroughs for science, business and economy. This Ideas for Action shows how the new technology can solve problems that are currently unsolvable and why companies should start to prepare now to gain an edge.

Quantum Advantage

Quantum computing is emerging as a game changer and will open up new realms of possibilities. This issue of Think:Act Ideas for Action analyzes the power of the nascent technology and why companies should adopt it early to gain the quantum advantage. Sign up now to receive this issue and learn more.

Think:Act Ideas for Action 34 Cover

Think:Act Ideas for Action

While today's computers can handle one calculation at a time, quantum computers can do multiple calculations based on quantum states simultaneously – much faster and more efficiently than a classical system. That has the potential to spur breakthroughs for science, business and economy. This Ideas for Action shows how the new technology can solve problems that are currently unsolvable and why companies should start to prepare now to gain an edge.

Quantum Computing

The potential of quantum computing is enormous – start engaging and prepare early to stay competitive in the future.

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Improving climate change predictions, optimizing supply chains, solving complex logistical problems and more – much faster and beyond today's reality. Quantum computing is nearing a stage that will soon open up a world of limitless possibilities. Forward-thinking companies will have the ability to solve complex business problems that classical computing can't. Become "quantum ready" and get ahead in business.

 

Roland Berger’s Think:Act magazine explores the end of predictability and how companies can prepare for this brave new world. With feature articles, analyses and in-depth interviews, this issue of Think:Act helps your business to prepare and navigate through uncertain times.