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There’s no question that the world has gone digital. By 2018, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the digital economy accounted for 9% of U.S. GDP, or $1.8 trillion. And that number has only grown since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, as consumers shifted to telemedicine, did more of their banking and shopping through mobile apps, and handled many other tasks with the safety and convenience of digital technology. As a result, healthcare, finance, retail and other industries ramped up their digital transformation efforts, in many cases accelerating preexisting plans by years.