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That’s the headline story in the latest edition of TechMarketView OffshoreViews, our regular quarterly review of the offshore services scene.
Plus you’ll find our usual data-packed summary of the key financial and operating metrics of the leading India-based IT services players that operate in the UK market.
And there’s the next instalment in our ConsultingViews series of interviews with the Indian SI consulting practice leaders. This issue we feature VP for Cognizant Business Consulting, Natarajan Radhakrishnan, who explains how ‘two in a box’ is rapidly becoming ‘three in a box’!
As ever, TechMarketView Foundation Service clients can download OffshoreViews right now! Tarry ye not!
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A pub-quiz question: which software company showed the greatest growth in UK revenues over the last year? The answer perhaps won’t surprise you: Salesforce.com, which we reckon grew its UK revenues by c50% (and worldwide revenues by 21%) – and largely organically. There were six other companies that grew their software revenues in double digits, but acquisitions played a part in most of these – especially ACS, which grew 312% “as reported”, though organic growth across its component parts was more like 4%.
TechMarketView’s newly published UK Software Market Rankings report presents and analyses the UK software sales – licences and support fees – of the major market players and briefly assesses their strengths and weaknesses. The tables show more change and interest for observers than for several years. Despite – or perhaps because of – the economic downturn, there are a number of new names, position changes, and overall diversity of performance across the board. TechMarketView foundation service subscribers can read the whole report here.
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