UK Public Sector ICT Market: Healthcare & Outsourcing Opportunities Analysis and Forecast in New Research Report at ReportsnReports.com

"Reform within austerity: UK public sector ICT overview and forecast to 2016-17", “ICT and business process outsourcing in the UK public sector, 2010-2015” and “UK healthcare market profile to 2016-2017” are new market research reports added to ReportsnReports.com store.

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Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) February 09, 2013

"Reform within austerity: UK public sector ICT overview and forecast to 2016-17" provides data on the UK public ICT market, providing marketers with the essential tools to understand their own and their competitors position in the market. Thus allowing them to use the information to accurately identify the areas where they want to compete in the future.

This report summarizes the status of the UK public sector ICT market in 2011-12, and anticipates developments over a five year period to 2016-17. This overview of the market for ICT goods and services across the UK public sector is intended both for those currently working with public sector clients, and those considering this market for the first time. The report also covers the economic social and political changes that influence the market, and the buying behavior that is shaped by these trends.

The report provides background material on the changing context for those who are already working with public sector clients. Those engaging for the first time with this market will find an outline of market structure, funding flows, major buying units and influencers.

Key Features and Benefits
Report covers the use of ICT in the public sector across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. This report forecasts ICT spending across hardware, software, services, communications and staff. These forecasts include spending on ICT outsourcing and ICT elements of some outsourced business processes. The ICT spending associated with ICT-intensive business process outsourcing is included in these forecasts. It examines UK public sector buying behavior across the following seven sub-sectors, which covers market structure, market drivers and initiatives, and forecast spending trends.

Central and devolved government: including both Westminster and the devolved governments in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland;

Local government: This covers local authorities across the whole of the UK, as well as fire and rescue services and various smaller bodies;

Criminal justice: including courts, and offender management;

Police and policing functions;

Health: This covers providers of healthcare services that fall within the public sector;

Education, including schools, further education colleges and higher education institutions;

Transport: including bodies involved in policy development, management of the public transport infrastructure and public sector providers of transport services;

National security and defence: where we take an overall view of security market trends, and forecast ICT expenditure in the defence sector that is not covered within the other sub-sectors.

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UK healthcare market profile to 2016-2017 – This research values the market for ICT products and services in UK public healthcare at £2.4bn. We predict it will grow at a CAGR of 3.4%, meaning it would exceed £2.9bn by 2016-17.

This report summarizes the status of the UK healthcare ICT market in 2016-17, and anticipates developments over this five year period.

This overview of the market for ICT goods and services across the UK public sector is intended both for those currently working with public sector clients,and those considering this market for the first time.

Key Features and Benefits:

  •     UK healthcare ICT marketplace and the devolved governments in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  •     This report forecasts healthcare ICT spending across hardware, software, services, communications and staff.

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ICT and business process outsourcing in the UK public sector, 2010-2015 - The focus of this report is on outsourcing opportunities that include a significant ICT element. These range from the traditional outsourcing or management of the ICT infrastructure, where technology is at the core of the contract, to BPO agreements, where those processes require a significant investment in ICT to support delivery.

Naturally, there are a large number of support services, such as facilities management, that do not involve a significant ICT element. These types of outsources fall outside of the scope of this report, but are included within Keble’s wider UK Public Sector Outsourcing - The Big Picture publication, which looks beyond the use of ICT in the UK public sector to examine the broad range of services that are commissioned by public sector bodies.

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For the purpose of this report, we regard outsourcing as including the following:

  •     ICT-intensive BPO: the transfer of a public sector business process and function to the private sector, often involving the transfer of people and/or assets, and using ICT to support delivery;
  •     ICT outsourcing: The transfers of the ICT function from the public to the private sector, often involving the transfer of people and/or assets;
  •     Communications outsourcing: the transfer of the voice and/or data communications infrastructure from the private to the public sector;
  •     Managed service: the private sector is contracted to manage part of a service on behalf of the public sector, for example application hosting, web hosting and desktop management.

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