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The Digital Drop: IT Opportunities In The Oil And Gas Industry

August 13, 2010

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  • By Holger Kisker, Ph.D.
  • with Thomas Mendel, Ph.D.,
  • Miroslaw Lisserman

Why Read This Report

The information and communications technology (ICT) industry is facing the next big wave of verticalization. With business challenges becoming increasingly complex, ICT solutions to address and solve these challenges need to become more tailored to specific industry verticals. The oil and gas industry is a huge opportunity for ICT vendors because of its high-tech nature, market size, and consolidation. But how does a vendor successfully penetrate the oil and gas industry? This report is the first in a series that will help ICT vendor strategists understand the key market dynamics in the energy industry and build the right strategy to tap into its market potential.

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  • The Tech Industry Wheel In The Oil And Gas Industry
  • Forecast: Global Oil And Gas ICT Budget Spending, 2010 To 2013

Table of Contents

  • The Tech Industry Context For The Oil And Gas Industry ICT Market
  • Verticalization Is Key For ICT Vendor Success
  • The ICT Market In The Oil And Gas Industry
  • The Oil And Gas Industry In Transition
  • Energize Your ICT Business

  • ICT Vendors Need To Embrace The Oil And Gas Industry

  • Implementing The Digital Drop
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