UK Enterprises ICT Expenditure Patterns Examined in In-demand Kable in Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
03 Jun 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – To drive growth and innovation, enterprises in the UK are mulling over boosting their investment in software, alongside maintaining the same level of investment in hardware in 2015, as against 2014. The hike in investments in these important ICT fields has been mainly driven by companies’ need to bring their goals into line with ICT investments with the aim to improve their ROI and enhance their current business processes, and boost their overall economy.
Investments in software are primarily stimulated by the necessity to have adaptable applications that can comply with their enterprise business requirements.
As the switch to cloud-based applications keeps on gathering momentum, the on-demand service models of PaaS and SaaS are expected to make increased footing amongst domestic enterprises and the investments are likely to surpass software licenses spending in the upcoming years.
Topical study “ICT Investment Trends in the UK; Enterprise ICT Spending Patterns through to the end of 2016” created by Kable presents the findings from an in-depth survey of the country’s 178 enterprises with respect to their ICT investment trends.
The report projects how ICT budgets are expected to change in 2015 in terms of their size; gives information on allocation across the main elements of IT expenditure (software, hardware, communications, services, and consulting); reviews distribution of ICT GBP in domains like data centers, IT management, applications, and the networks; describes which ICT functions UK companies are interested in outsourcing; looks at investment priorities on the basis of their budget allocations across key technology categories as well as the factors impacting the investments; sheds light on today’s IT budget allocations of the domestic enterprises across different segments within a particular technology category and also a segment-wise distribution of their ICT budgets; presents vendor satisfaction ratings for diverse core and cutting-edge technology categories; gives insights into preferred buying approaches of local enterprises; companies’ business and IT goals expected to be achieved; as well as identifies the factors that are impacting companies’ decisions when selecting ICT providers.
ICT Investment Trends in the UK; Enterprise ICT Spending Patterns through to the end of 2016
Published: May, 2015
Price: US$ 2,995.00
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