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  • Report US Tech Market Outlook: Q1 2011

    Building A Springboard In 2011 For Even Stronger Growth In 2012
    April 1, 2011 | Andrew Bartels

    While overall US tech market growth of 8.0% in 2011 will be a bit slower than the 8.9% growth in 2010, this year will still be a bright year for tech vendors. Yet, based on their own revenue...

  • Report 2010 To 2012 Global Tech Industry Outlook

    2011 Looks Like 2010, But With Software Leading Instead Of Hardware
    January 10, 2011 | Andrew Bartels

    2010 is ending with debt worries and questions about the future of the euro in Europe, doubts about the strength of the US recovery, and worries about overheated economies and higher inflation in...

  • Report US Tech Industry Outlook For 2011

    Insurance Transformation Exposes Key Opportunities For Technology Vendors
    December 14, 2010 | Andrew Bartels

    The US insurance industry represents 3.2% of gross domestic product (GDP) and generated nearly $1 trillion in revenues in 2009, but even with that big number, premium growth has been declining for...

  • Report US And Global IT Market Outlook: Q3 2010

    We Forecast Slower But Still-Robust 7% To 8% Growth
    October 15, 2010 | Andrew Bartels

    US economic growth is falling short of our already modest expectations and will expand at a snail's pace of less than 2.5% for real GDP in 2010 (avoiding a double-dip recession. As a result, we...

  • Report US And Global IT Market Outlook: Q2 2010

    Despite Financial Market Jitters, 8% 2010 Global ICT Market Growth Is On Track
    July 21, 2010 | Andrew Bartels

    Financial markets in Q2 2010 have been shaken by fears that the Greek debt crisis will metastasize across the European Union (EU) and beyond. Nevertheless, Q1 demand data was strong; we continue to...

  • Report US And Global IT Market Outlook: Q1 2010

    The Tech Market Recovery Has Begun
    April 8, 2010 | Andrew Bartels

    The tech recovery has started in the US and around the world. Q4 2009 IT market indicators showed an end to declines, setting the stage for stronger growth in 2010. The US IT market is set to grow...

  • Report US And Global IT Market Outlook: Q4 2009

    The Tech Downturn Is Over — Let The Growth Games Begin
    January 11, 2010 | Andrew Bartels

    The tech downturn of 2008 to 2009 is unofficially over. While the Q3 2009 data for the US and the global market showed continued declines in tech purchases (as we expected), we predict that the Q4...

  • Report US And Global IT Market Outlook: Q3 2009

    The Tech Recovery In Q4 2009 Is Still On Track, Despite A Worse Growth Rate For 2009
    September 29, 2009 | Andrew Bartels

    Forrester stays steady with our earlier projections — the US tech market will start to recover from the downturn in Q4 2009, with the global tech market improving in 2010. As we expected, Q2 2009...

  • Report European IT Market Outlook: 2009 To 2010

    The European Recession Hurts IT Purchases
    August 28, 2009 | Andrew Bartels, Peter O'Neill

    The European market for business-purchased technology goods and services (measured in euros) will decline by 6.3% in 2009, and be slow to recover in 2010 with only 4% growth. In both regards, it...

  • Report The State Of Enterprise IT Budgets: 2009

    Business Data Services North America And Europe
    August 7, 2009 | Heidi Shey, Andrew Bartels

    This document provides enterprise highlights of an extensive data set collected via Forrester's Enterprise And SMB Global IT Budgets And Spending Survey, Q2 2009. Overall, the global recession has...

  • Report US And Global IT Market Outlook: Q2 2009

    More Weakness Ahead, But The Worst Declines Are In The Past
    June 29, 2009 | Andrew Bartels

    To paraphrase the title of Richard Fariña's 1960s novel, "been down so far it looks like up to me" is an apt description of the US and global IT markets at mid-year 2009. While the Q1 2009 tech...