If you’re looking for something to fill the void left by the Olympics, then might we suggest you catch up with all the good stuff you may have missed from TechMarketView over the last couple of weeks? There’s plenty to get your teeth into, not least of which are our in-depth reports detailing the market trends and forecasts shaping the UK infrastructure services (see Infrastructure Services: UK Market Trends and Forecasts) and application services markets (see Oases of opportunity in arid Apps Services market).
If you’re interested in the latest developments in the UK public sector software and IT services market then read Georgina O’Toole’s report Approaching the G-Cloud: Leading supplier propositions to find out what progress the top SITS providers have made in selling their cloud services to UK government. Or take a closer look at how Capgemini is faring after cuts to its Aspire contract in Capgemini UK: peddling hard to make up for Aspire declines and get the inside track on how SciSys is performing having been Turned around by Love.
If business process services is your thing then don’t miss John O’Brien’s latest research note on Capita’s strategy and performance (see Capita on track, but problem areas still need addressing), or indeed the UK Business Process Services Market Trends and Forecasts report published in July.
Angela Eager’s analysis of the implications for software vendors of the European Court’s ruling on second-hand software sales is also essential reading (see Software vendors staring business model disruption in the face?) for subscribers to our ESASViews research service. Angela has also been examining the impact of disruptive technologies on services players, taking a closer look at how TCS is adapting to change in her latest HotViewsExtra article, TCS: taming disruptive technologies.
Of course all of the reports and articles highlighted above are only available to eligible (and logged in!) TechMarketView subscribers. If you’re unsure whether your organisation subscribes to the relevant research stream or you’d like more details on our research programmes, just email Deborah Seth, who’ll be only too happy to help.
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