China Tech Market Outlook: 2014
Tougher Conditions Await Global Brands As Local Vendors Grab A Larger Share Of The World's Third-Largest Market
November 18, 2013
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IT purchases in China will reach $113 billion in 2013, making it the third-largest tech market in the world after the US and Japan. China is still largely a hardware-driven market, but spending on software and services is slowly gaining prominence in the current economic climate. This report analyzes the IT spending patterns of Chinese organizations in 2013 and provides an outlook for 2014 based on an analysis of government investment patterns and the latest buying trends of Chinese CIOs. It also provides tips for CIOs on how to make smart investments in the current market environment to achieve the best business outcomes.
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Table of Contents
- China's IT Market Will Grow By 8% To Reach $125 Billion In 2014
- Government And State-Owned Enterprises Remain Key IT Spenders
- Big Spenders In China Are Leaning Toward Local Hardware Vendors
- Smart IT Investments Mean Opportunities For Business
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