Say object 1

Business Group Name = Akamai

Account = Collection (Lookup)

BG1 = 1

BG2 = 2

BG3 = 3

into another objects

object 2 Account Name = Collection

BG Data = 1-2-3


Obviously, salesforce standard features can't implement this and you can use trigger to update object 2 when the value of object1 is changed.

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Are those object related? You could use a formula field in that case, in other case as Allen said you can go for a trigger or even you can use a process builder that launch a flow and do it inside it.

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