The Impact of Digital Transformation on the Waste Recycling Industry

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Digital transformation has become the new era of business, a ladder in the industrial evolution enabled by the extensive use of smart technologies. In recent years, digital disruptions have been transforming businesses and operating models, reshaping the market potential for companies and, in certain cases, completely changing the frame of an industry. The biggest impact of this digital transformation has been in the customer-facing industry. As data becomes more intensive, industries will increasingly rely on digital technologies to manage their businesses effectively.

Research Scope

The waste and recycling industry is changing rapidly since the last decade and is on the verge of digital transformation. Start-ups are completely taking up the recycling value chain, thereby accelerating the digital transformation of the industry. This study provides an in-depth insight of the impact of digital transformation in the waste recycling industry, focusing especially on various smart technologies such as smart bins, smart trucks, and robotics sorting that are deployed to effectively manage different waste streams. It gives an overview of the challenges and types of existing and potential smart solutions to tackle those challenges. Waste recycling industry trends spurring the digital transformation will provide interesting insights to readers. Top technologies, phases of digital technology implementation by region, and market segments are analyzed to provide an overall understanding of the dominant segment and the cost-effective technology that is currently preferred for investments.

This study also shares growth opportunities in smart waste recycling market such as smart bins, smart niche services, software as a service, and other value-added services that help readers know more about market penetration. Furthermore, IT investments opportunities, brief profiles, and performance analysis of companies are highlighted to make the study more insightful.

Research Benefits

The study will provide a deep understanding of the impact of digital transformation on the waste recycling industry. It will also provide an overview of the market, attractiveness, and cost effectiveness of the existing digital technologies. This will help clients identify cost-effective smart solutions and target the addressed and addressable markets, and guide them in their journey of digital transformation. It can help companies make wise decisions with respect to IT investments such as big data analytics, cloud computing, and connectivity. Furthermore, additional insights on growth opportunities will provide a way to capitalize on developing smart and innovative technologies.

Key Issues Addressed

  • Influential Mega trends
  • Key Digital Solutions
  • Phases of Digital Technology Implementation
  • IT investment opportunities  
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Brief Profiles of Key Companies 

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Introduction to Digitalization in the Waste Recycling IndustryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsIntroductionBenefits of this Analysis for the Waste Recycling IndustryFrost & Sullivan Digital Transformation FrameworkDigital Transformation Framework—Digital EcosystemDigital Solutions that Support each PillarDigital Transformation Framework—Business ModelsSummary of FindingsStrategic Imperatives for Success and Growth in the Waste Recycling Industry Challenges faced by the Waste Recycling IndustryWaste Recycling Digital EcosystemIoT Platform for the Waste Recycling IndustryProduct as a Service—Digitizing Waste RecyclingKey Digital Solutions in the Waste Recycling IndustryKey Digital Solutions in the Waste Recycling Industry (continued)Key Digital Solutions in the Waste Recycling Industry (continued)Phases of Digital Technology Implementation in the Waste Recycling Industry—2017 and 2020Phases of Digital Technology Implementation in the Waste Recycling Industry—By RegionPhases of Digital Technology Implementation in the Waste Recycling Industry—By Market SegmentNew Waste Recycling Industry Opportunities—2017 to 2020New Waste Recycling Industry Opportunities—Smart Waste Recycling InfrastructureDigital Transformation InvestmentsWaste Recycling Industry Trends Spurring Digital Transformation, 2017 to 2020 Waste Recycling Industry Trends Spurring Digital Transformation, 2017 to 2020 (continued) Waste Recycling Industry Trends Spurring Digital Transformation, 2017 to 2020 (continued)Top Drivers for IT Investment Waste recycling Industry—Plans for Investment in ITWaste Recycling Industry—Top Technologies to Impact RevenuesWaste Recycling Industry—Top Technologies that Positively Impact Cost ReductionBudget Allocation & Spending Navigating Digital Transformation—Percent of Employees that use Mobile Devices to Perform their Job Functions, Global, 2017Navigating Digital Transformation—BYOD Policy Enforcement, Global, 2017Navigating Digital Transformation—Top 3 Benefits of Social Media in the Workplace, Global, 2017Navigating Digital Transformation—Critical Investments for Digital Transformation Over next Five Years, Top 2 Box Scores, Global, 2017Navigating Digital Transformation—Top Priorities for Investment, Global, 2017Navigating Digital Transformation—Plans to Use Microsoft Skype for Business, Global, 2017Channel Integration Plans—2017 vs. 2019Social Media Strategy GoalsIT Investment Opportunities by Business Function IT Investments by Business Function—Product IT Investments by Business Function—OperationsIT Investments by Business Function—Information Management IT Investments by Business Function—Customer Journey IT Investments by Business Function—Customer Journey (continued) IT Investments by Business Function—LeadershipHow will Digital Transformation Impact Business Models in the Waste Recycling Industry?Business Model 1—Crowd SourcingBusiness Model 2—FreemiumBusiness Model 3—CustomizationBusiness Model 4—Everything as a Service (XaaS)Companies to Watch in Digital TransformationDigital Transformation EcosystemBrief Profiles—Cloud Computing and Customer InterfaceBrief Profiles—Smart Waste Recycling Bin Collection SystemsBrief Profiles—Smart Fleet Management and Logistics SolutionsBrief Profiles—Smart Waste Recycling SystemsBrief Profiles—Smart Waste Recycling Systems (continued)Cloud Computing and Customer Interface OperationsSmart Waste Recycling Bin Collection SystemsSmart Waste Recycling Bin Collection Systems (continued)Smart Fleet Management and Logistics SolutionsSmart Waste Recycling SystemsSmart Waste Recycling Systems (continued)Case Studies—Examples of Successful Digital Transformation ImplementationsCase Study 1—Improving Waste Management Efficiency in Rotterdam by EnevoCase Study 2—Reducing Waste Collection Trips in Netherlands by RovaCase Study 3—Introduction of IoT to Medline Industries by OnePlus SystemsCase Study 4—Implementation of Fleetmatics’s GPS Vehicle Tracking System by Wilton Waste RecyclingCase Study 5—Veris Strategies’ New Approach to Waste Management Focusing on a Staff Engagement Strategy: SAP by ISB GlobalCase Study 6—Smart Bins as a Service in Nottingham by BigBellyGrowth Opportunities5 Major Growth Opportunities Digital Transformation—Your JourneyFrost & Sullivan Digital Transformation FrameworkDigital Transformation Framework—Digital EcosystemDigital Solutions that Support Each Business FunctionDigital Transformation Framework—Business ModelsGAP Analysis—Where are you on this map?Digital Strategy Self-DiagnosticDigital Strategy Self-Diagnostic (continued)Contact Frost & Sullivan to Learn about Growth Consulting WorkshopsFrost & Sullivan Digital Transformation Workshop Planning, Monitoring, and Implementing Your Growth StrategiesLegal DisclaimerAppendixList of ExhibitsList of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)AbbreviationWhat is Digital Transformation?Six Pillars of Digital TransformationWaste Recycling Digital Transformation—Digitalization Pillars and the Technologies that Support Them: ProductOperationsPeopleInformation ManagementCustomer JourneyCorporateResearch MethodologyResearch MethodologyDefinitionsDefinitionsDefinitions (continued)Definitions (continued)Definitions (continued)Definitions (continued)


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