More than nine out of 10 U.S. companies are changing business models to meet customer demands and remain competitive, says Lynne Doughtie, Vice Chair U.S. & Americas Advisory at KPMG. Doughtie says the KPMG survey also revealed that half of the respondents said "regulatory compliance" imposes a burden on their abilities to plan for the future, and getting ahead of changes from Washington is in many cases as hard as combating new, disruptive technologies.

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