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Software Segment to See Highest ICT Investments across U.S. Enterprises in 2016, Expects Kable in its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

21 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – At present, the U.S. economy is improving following an unfavorable period of the economic turmoil. However, its recovery is relatively slow. U.S. enterprises are expected to focus on investments in core ICT expenditures areas like IT services, hardware and software.

The latter one is set to be the swiftest growing technology segment this year (2016). Applications streamlining IT and enterprise operations are expected to hold the largest share.

When it comes to hardware, local enterprises concentrate on network, communications and security equipment.

Different disruptive technologies (e.g. IoT and cloud) are also enjoying high investments.

The research report “ICT investment trends in the US” drawn up by Kable offers a comprehensive discussion of ICT investment trends across U.S. enterprises. The study sheds light on ICT budget changes and focuses on budget allocations (by function and core technology areas).

It also covers outsourced IT functions. The report throws light on investment priorities and explores vendor satisfaction. The research study investigates ICT procurement trends and looks at expected changes in the U.S. ICT landscape in 2016.

Companies mentioned in the research report comprise: McAfee, EMC, Google, IBM, Cisco, Couchbase, F-Secure and ATandT, to name a few.

Reasons to Buy:

  • get access to valuable data on expected changes in the ICT landscape in 2016;
  • find out which opportunities are in this space;
  • see which strategic objectives the U.S. enterprises have;
  • keep abreast of changes in customer behavior and priorities.

Other Countries and Regions Where ICT Trends are Explored by Kable Comprise:

More in-demand studies by our partner can be found at its page.


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