As you ease yourself back into work after the festive season, we thought you might appreciate a reminder of some of the research we published in December in case you missed something amidst all those Christmas parties!
Subscribers to our public sector-focused research stream, PublicSectorViews, found the much anticipated UK Public Sector SITS Supplier Landscape Report 2016-17 under their Christmas tree. The 60-page report is heaving with valuable insight. As usual, you will find the Top 20 UK public sector SITS rankings and our commentary on the ups and downs. But you will also find further analysis of supplier performance by subsector, including the Top 10 rankings for central government, local government, education, police and defence. And crucially, you will find an in-depth analysis of the performance and prospects for every one of the Top 20 suppliers.
TechMarketView subscription clients will find similar in-depth analysis for the horizontal areas of the UK software, IT services and business process services markets in the Supplier Landscape reports published by our Infrastructure Services, Enterprise Software & Application Services (ESAS) and Business Process Services (BPS) research directors at the beginning of December:
· Enterprise Software & Application Services Supplier Landscape Report 2016-17
· Infrastructure Services Supplier Landscape Report 2016-17
· Business Process Services Supplier Landscape Report 2016-17.
Subscribers to our Foundation Service research stream shouldn’t miss TechMarketView’s analysis of the impact of Brexit on UK tech SMEs. In The Brexit Effect: SMEs in UK tech optimistic about their battle plans we analyse the results of our survey in October which, overall, reveals a bullish attitude amongst SMEs who see change as an opportunity, and are showing a determination to make Brexit work favourably for them.
Foundation Service clients can also read our latest Little British Battler report, which profiles the 12 innovative SMEs that participated in our Little British Battler Day in November 2016, and the Q3 issue of our IndustryViews Venture Capital research series, which provides a regular update on activity in the UK software and IT services venture capital scene.
Finally, for an end user perspective check out the research published by our FinancialServicesViews and InfrastructureViews analysts in December. In End User Insight: Mortgage Brain, TechMarketView research director Kate Hanaghan talks to end user organisation Mortgage Brain as it demonstrates that cloud delivered services have an important role to play in improving both customer experience and compliancy. And in Are the Digital Strategies of Banks Working? the FinancialServicesViews team presents the findings of their recent roundtable event. With four banks represented, the analysis gives some clear guidance as to how software and IT services suppliers can support their banking customers.
Subscribers to the relevant TechMarketView research streams can access the reports mentioned by clicking on the links in the text above. If you don’t yet subscribe to our in-depth research and analysis and you’d like details of our 2017 subscription packages please drop an email to Deborah Seth (firstname.lastname@example.org) in our Client Services team for more information.
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