Our intrepid Client Services Director, Puni Rajah, went along to Innoventure 2009, CSC’s annual European analyst briefing, to see how the company has changed since her last encounter as an analyst eight years ago. TechMarketView subscription service clients can read her astute observations in our latest AnalystViews note, CSC - Eight Years On. Everyone else should rush to their emails and contact Puni (email@example.com) to find out how you can join the ranks of the cognoscenti who really know what’s going on in the UK software and IT services market!
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(By Richard Holway 9.00pm 22nd June 09) You can now follow TechMarketViews’ UKHotViews on Twitter (Go to TechMarketViews). We will put up a selection of links to UKHotViews stories each day.Why? You might ask.I was intrigued to learn last week that Erik Schonfeld, the founder of TechCrunch, reckons that 10% of his traffic now comes from Twitter. That’s a pretty powerful reason! Schonfeld said that "For many people, Twitter is replacing their RSS readers." "One of the ways we use Twitter is to Tweet out links to our stories, which then spread virally as followers re-tweet those links." I note that TechCrunch’s Twitter account has 775,000 followers!As I’ve said before I have seen no value in my own personal Twittering via WiseGreyOwl. But I keep an open mind. I’ll tell you in a month’s time how much extra traffic Twitter has generated for us.
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We seem to be ‘on a roll’ with customers taking up banner ads on UKHotviews. After welcoming Harvey Nash and Sopra last week, today we welcome Mumbai-based Rave Technologies - an offshore software product engineering operation. They work for SITS companies around the world - here in the UK they’ve partnered with the likes of business intelligence software firm, Inca, SaaS hospitality industry player, Fourth Hospitality, and even much larger UK-based BPO player, Xchanging.
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As trailed yesterday, we are pleased to announce the June 2009 edition of TechMarketView OffshoreViews.
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(By Richard Holway 9.00pm 11th June 09) Today, we'd like to welcome Harvey Nash as yet another customer deciding to take banner ads on UKHotviews - as you can see on today's email and on our website. As we said last week - See Banners - when we welcomed Sopra Group - TechMarketView and UKHotviews really are an excellent, and surprisingly cost-effective way of getting directly to the most senior executives in the UK SITS sector.If you would like to 'join the club', email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We are proud to announce the publication of our inaugural TechMarketView CompanyViews UK SITS Rankings Report. In our various guises as Richard Holway Ltd, Ovum Holway, and now TechMarketView, we have spent over twenty years pouring through the financial reports of hundreds of publicly quoted and privately held software and IT services companies operating in the UK market. We also meet many CEOs eyeball-to-eyeball—and speak to heaps more—to get the most accurate reading we can on their business performance. The rankings in this report have been built from the ground up using our tried and tested methodology, and we believe them to be the most authoritative in the industry.
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Today, exclusively for our growing band of subscribers, we publish a major new AnalystViews entitled The Effect of a Conservative Government on UK SITS.The events of the last few weeks and days seems to make the election of a Conservative Government even more of a certainty. The only variables seem to be When? and By what majority? You never know, we might see it within months rather than a year.What will this mean for the UK SITS sector?We looked at the austere economic environment faced by the country, we looked at how a Conservative Government would act with increased austerity in the early years, we studied all the policy statements. We even spoke to the Shadow Cabinet minister responsible for delivery. We also spoke to the leaders of the SITS companies operating in the UK. We applied that to our knowledge and experience of the SITS sector.We came up with a list of sectors and companies that would be Winners and Losers.The AnalystViews is in two parts.
If ever there was a ‘Report for the Moment’ this is it! The election of a Conservative Government will affect all our readers and subscribers. Best to be prepared!If you want to become a subscriber and gain access to these AnalystViews (and our extensive - and growing - library of research reports) email email@example.com TODAY.
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