London, UK (PRWEB) May 05, 2014
Along with increasing optimism around China’s economy, the enterprise ICT market in the country is poised for health growth. Besides, in 2014, a considerable increase is expected in the majority of the local enterprises’ ICT budgets in comparison with 2013. Despite the fact that China’s GDP growth rate has softened a little in comparison with the previous year, the country’s economy is still sustaining a rather stable and solid growth compared to other developing countries. In 2014, the local enterprises intend to increase their ICT budgets up to 6%. Software and hardware continue to be the two major sectors of expenditure in the domestic enterprises’ ICT budgets.
IBM, Microsoft, Orange, Oracle, Apple, Google, HP, RIM, BT, Vodafone, Rackspace, Nokia, Verizon, ATandT, VMware, Dell, Cisco, Amazon web services, Salesforce.com, Deutsche Telekom/T-Systems, SAP and SAS are amid the top providers of ICT technologies and solutions to the Chinese enterprises.
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Title: ICT investment trends in China - Enterprise ICT spending patterns through to the end of 2015
Published: April, 2014
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The topical report provides a close look at the Chinese ICT investment trends, by uncovering valuable findings from a comprehensive survey of 131 local enterprises regarding their ICT investment trends. It investigates the core technologies companies are investing in, encompassing cloud computing, business intelligence, mobility and green IT and virtualization, among others. The study examines how the country’s enterprises presently allocate their ICT budgets across the main areas of enterprise ICT (IT services, hardware, software, consulting and communications); sheds light on the key approaches used by the Chinese enterprises to purchase technologies. The research report presents an all-round overview of the ICT vendors and providers, dissects the main drivers of the Chinese enterprises ICT investments. Besides, the report discusses the possible changes in the Chinese enterprises’ ICT budget allocations and ICT priorities in the short-run.
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