London (PRWEB) December 12, 2013
This report is structured by considering an overview of the HM Revenue and Customs spending with suppliers over 2010-2011. This report provides detailed information about supplier revenues, trends and departmental spending with select ICT suppliers. This overview of the market for ICT goods and services within the Home Office is intended both for those currently working with public sector clients, and those considering this market for the first time.
This report provides data on the top suppliers to the HM Revenue and Customs spending with suppliers over 2010-2011. Providing marketers with essential tools to understand their own and competitors’ position in the market. Thus allowing them to use the information to accurately indentify the areas where they want to compete in the future.
Top suppliers to HM Revenue and Customs including; departmental spending trends and spending with selected suppliers.
Reasons to buy
•Gain insight into the HM Revenue and Customs departmental spending with selected ICT suppliers.
•Gain knowledge about suppliers revenues during 2009-2011.
HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC) spending with its top 100 suppliers as a percentage of total procurement remains at 80%.
The department aims to reduce its £3.6bn annual operational expenditure by £1.6bn over the next four years.
1 2010-11 spending with suppliers
1.1 Key points
1.2 Departmental spending with suppliers
1.3 Departmental spending with selected ICT suppliers
List of Figures
Figure 1: HMRC spending with selected ICT suppliers 2010-11 against 2009-10 (£)Figure 2: HMRC spending with top 100 suppliers 2010-11 against 2009-10 (£m)
SSC, Specialist Computer Holdings, BT, Capegemini, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte, KPMG, Accenture, Airwave, BT, Cable & Wireless, Capgemini, Capita Group, Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard, Serco Group, Aspire, BAE Systems, Detica, Vodafone, Raytheon, Mapeley Steps, Royal Mail Group, Newcastle Estate Partnership, Carlson Wagonlit, Banner Business Services, Howes Percival Solictor, Royal Bank Of Scotland, Adare Halcyon, Bigword Interpreting Services, Maclellan International, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, BAE Systems Detica, Somerset House, Inchcape Fleet Solutions, Alliance & Leicester, Bootle PFI, KPMG, PHH Arval, Forensic Science Service, GVA Grimley, Vodafone Group, St Ives Direct, Cochrane Square, Haymarket SPV, BSS Scotland, Iron Mountain, Paragon UK¸ CCL Forensics, Volkswagen Group, Compass Group, Natwest, MJF Business Services, Enva Northern Ireland, Fairfax Solicitors, Iqor Holdings, TNS, G3 Worldwide, QA-LQ Group, Experian, Right Corecare, Quadrangle Group, Neopost, Insight Enterprises, Ricoh, Shepherd And Wedderburn, Canon, Arqiva, Veolia Environnement, World Customs Organisation, Advanced Seating Designs, Senator International, LGC, Savills Commercial, Xafinity Services, Market & Opinion Research International, Amtec Consulting, Dataserv-CES, Belmont Press, Lovells, K International, Corven Group, Bowmer & Kirkland, MPS Group, Citibank, Terrafix, National Centre for Social Research, Rotadex Systems, Methods Consulting, BTC Associates, The Stationery Office, Alpha Consolidated Training, Lexis Nexis, Credit Solutions, Pitney Bowes, Arnold Clark Automobiles, Commercial Collection Services, RPL Electronics
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