London, UK (PRWEB) August 08, 2013
In 2010, China was the largest ICT market across the BRIC countries and the third largest in the world. In the same year, the Chinese ICT market recorded 15% growth and was evaluated at above EUR 200 billion. In 2010, the Chinese IT spending grew by above 20% and reached EUR 69 billion, while the telecommunications market registered 12% growth and climbed to more than EUR 134 billion.
Meantime, the deceleration in China’s economic growth and the reduction of capital spending in the country lowered the expectations for the global IT spending in 2013 from nearly 4.9% to 4.6%.
Topical research study “ICT Spend Predictions in Large Chinese Utilities - Estimated ICT budget breakdowns in 2013” drawn up by Kable has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
The report discusses how the large Chinese utilities are expected to allocate their ICT budgets across the main areas of enterprise ICT spend such as software, hardware, IT services, telecommunications and consulting. The predictions are made with the help of the statistical model and are based on the results of extensive survey and interview data gathered from the leading ICT decision makers. The study examines the predominant spending trends, scrutinizes the companies’ forthcoming investment plans, sheds light on the allocation of the large Chinese utilities’ external ICT budgets, and also presents vital information on the budgets allocation by IT function as well as across internal and external entities. Besides, the report provides an insightful analysis of large Chinese utilities estimated budget allocation by the key areas of ICT spend.
Title: ICT Spend Predictions in Large Chinese Utilities - Estimated ICT budget breakdowns in 2013
Published: July, 2013
Price: US$ 495.00
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