Americas IT Services Market to Reach Over USD 435 Bn by 2020, Projects TBRC in Its Comprehensive Report Available at MarketPublishers.com24 May 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The North American market for information technology (IT) services is poised to gain traction going forward, propelled by increasing investments in IT infrastructure, rising demand for effective management of IT services, and a hike in the uptake of IT services amid SMBs.
The Americas IT services market is anticipated to grow a value of from around USD 370 billion in 2016 to surpass the USD 435 billion mark by 2020.
HPE, IBM, Microsoft, SAP, Accenture, Fujitsu, NTT data, TCS and Oracle, among others, are the leading players in the market space.
Comprehensive research report “Americas IT Services Market Report 2017” elaborated by The Business Research Company (TBRC) presents an all-round analysis of the market on a regional scale.
The report gives insights into the market characteristics; analyses the market size covering both the historical development of the market and projecting the future. It gives an all-round evaluation of the major market growth drivers and limiters. The study offers detailed market segmentation; offers a regional and country-level market analysis, assessing the size of the market based on geography and comparing their growth, historic and forecast. The report also provides a comparison of populations and economies in the countries discussed. The publication gives a description of the competitive scenario of the market, details market shares, and offers a description of the top 10 players. Leading financial deals that have taken place in the market in the recent past are discussed. The report canvasses the possible future developments in the marketplace and offers approaches firms can take to take advantage of this. The study compares the IT services market versus other segments based on size and growth, historical and forecast.
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