The holiday season is over; the new business term has begun. If you need to catch up on what has been happening across the UK SITS market, you’re in the best place.
IndustryViews Corporate Activity Q2 -2012 will bring you up to date on M&A activity in what was an active quarter (e.g. CGI/Logica, Micros/Torex). Meanwhile, OffshoreViews Q2 2012 highlights the level of diversity in the Indian market. That diversity was reflected among European services providers too, as seen in Two European SIs – contrasting performances where Georgina O’Toole reviews Atos and Steria, and in Anthony Miller’s European SI UK performance summary – H1 2012 assessment. In UKHotViewsExtra, John O’Brien casts his eye over Serco’s performance and aspirations in Serco – emerging markets and BPS point the way. John also spoke with Sean Riddell, CEO of GP systems software supplier EMIS, to hear how the company is delivering organic revenue growth of 19% in the current depressed market (see EMIS getting stronger and stronger (update)).
Those tasked with exploiting disruptive forces should read Angela Eager’s Breaking mobile market inhibitors research note for guidance on entry points and where to focus precious resources. Whatever the technology area, savvy resource allocation is front of mind for vendors, as Progress Software: radical lessons in ‘back to basics, shows. The disruption theme is continued in UK Infrastructure Services Supplier Landscape, which analyses the impact of cloud, mobile internet and BYOT.
The media continues to come to TechMarketView for forthright views on key events – recent highlights include: Richard Holway in The Times commenting on overhyped technology companies; Anthony Miller in various journals on the CGI/Logica aftermath (see here) and on BT’s sale of a stake in Tech Mahindra (see here); Georgina O’Toole in Computing on police IT spending and Information Policy on UK government ICT strategy implementation; and Angela Eager in Businesscloud9 on the IBM Kenexa acquisition and SAP’s latest results, and in Computerworld on NCC’s US acquisition. John O’Brien meanwhile was also quoted in Computing on Capita’s acquisition of business travel provider Expotel.
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