Green It Services: A Global Strategic Business Report
San Jose, California (Vocus) June 1, 2010
Encouraged by the resounding success of energy star rating program and the general concept of energy conservation, several governments across the globe, have framed regulations and standards to encourage adoption of energy conservation technologies, such as Green IT. In Information Technology, users and vendors, over the years, have been increasingly moving towards Green IT technologies and solutions, thereby contributing to the growth of green economy and development of society in general. Enterprises, people and Government, all alike are now looking at Green IT as a means to achieve common objectives such as improving energy efficiencies of IT devices and other electronics, minimizing usage of hazardous material, and promoting recycling of factory waste or defunct products. Against this backdrop of growing clamor for Green IT practices, applications and products, Green IT Services has evolved into an economically and environmentally imperative business model and even a social responsibility for majority of modern enterprises across the globe.
Growth in the green IT services market has traditionally been fostered by the enterprise focus on achieving data center energy efficiency. Initially driven by regulatory pressures and mandates, data center efficiency has traditionally been the starting point and a focus area of green IT initiatives worldwide. With compelling economic and environmental benefits seeping in, currently however data centers are being painted green under the banner of environmental sustainability, which is rapidly emerging into a business friendly, marketable concept. With the downward pressure exerted on businesses to turn energy efficient, data centers have witnessed a slew of green deployments in the recent past. In the upcoming years, green IT initiatives are poised to spread to other processes within an enterprise i.e. supply chain, HR processes, manufacturing, and other operational processes. With green IT proving its mettle in providing unrivalled and hard-to-overlook energy/cost benefits in data centers, on cards is a proliferation of sustainable IT practices, including adoption of Green IT services throughout the enterprise.
As stated by the new market research report on Green IT Services Market, the implementation services market continues to remain the largest and the fastest growing service segment in overall Green IT Services market, having accounted for a share of 53.61% in the total revenue generated in 2009, followed by planning services market. Although North America and Europe dominate the overall market, collectively accounting for a share of about 88.17% in the total revenues generated for 2009, Asia-Pacific remains the fastest growing regional market, over the analysis period 2006-2015.
Key players in the global market include Accenture PLC, BT Global Services, Deloitte, Global Green Consulting Group, Inc., GreenIT, HCL Technologies, Ltd., Hewlett-Packard Company, HP Enterprise Services, International Business Machines Corporation, SustainableIT, Tata Consultancy Services, Computer Sciences Corporation, Dell, Inc., Getronics NV, Intel Corporation, Oracle, and Wipro Systems and Technology Division among others.
The report titled “Green It Services: A Global Strategic Business Report” published by Global Industry Analysts, provides a review of industry overview, technology overview, technology introductions, and profiles of major players. The report provides a recapitulation of recent mergers and acquisitions, and high profile corporate developments. The report analyzes market data and provides analytics in value for major geographic markets such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. The study also analyzes the world market data Green IT Services and provides analytics in value for service types – Assessment, Planning and Implementation.
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