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Global Tech Market Outlook For 2012 And 2013

Eight Themes Will Shape Vendors' Prospects Over The Next Two Years

January 6, 2012

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The market for purchases of information technology goods and services by business and government will go through two transitions in 2012 and 2013. The first is a spending slowdown after the recession bounce-back of 2010 and 2011, complicated by debt-related macroeconomic weakness in Europe and potentially the US. The second transition is an accelerating spending shift from older technologies (servers, PCs, routers, enterprise resource planning software, IT outsourcing) to new technologies (analytics, sensors, mobile devices, software-as-a-service-based collaborative process apps, and the like). Each of these transitions encompasses four themes, for a total of eight themes that will define the market environment for tech vendors in 2012 and 2013. Tech vendors can use these themes to focus on the growth opportunities in the global tech market and avoid the pitfalls that would put them behind competitors.

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Table of Contents

  • Eight Themes Will Shape The Global Tech Market In 2012 And 2013
  • Global Tech Purchases Will Be US$2,122 Billion In 2012, Up Just 5%
  • The Themes Shaping The Software, Hardware, And Services Markets
  • US, Japan, And China Are The Top Countries For IT Purchases In 2012
  • RECOMMENDATIONS

  • The Devil — And The Payoff — Is In The Details
  • ALTERNATIVE VIEW

  • Failures Of Political Leadership In The US, Europe, Or Asia Reduce Growth
  • Supplemental Material
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