The application economy has positively impacted job growth, economic competitiveness, or the ability of governments to provide better services to citizens. Moreover, collaboration exists between the public and private sectors across the Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) region.
These are among the findings of a survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), commissioned by CA Technologies.
More than 74 percent of government respondents in APJ have indicated that application start-ups are crucial or important in driving growth of the application economy and 79 percent say the same for large enterprises who have application-based products and services.
More than 95 percent of government respondents, 90 percent of enterprises and 81 percent of start-ups also said they have seen collaboration among the three groups.